Today, I'm taking you for a tour of a beautiful farm in Yorktown Heights, New York. My husband and I spent a nice day visiting the farm where a local artist was showcasing his work. This is called Hilltop Hanover Farm and the first photo is a panoramic view. The grass couldn't be greener and the sky couldn't be bluer on this sunny day!
Here is a view from a different angle with a white picket fence that goes all around this area of the farm. I'm contributing my photograph to Friday Fences at the lovely site (http://lifeaccordingtojanandjer.blogspot.com/), where bloggers share pictures of beautiful fences every Friday. I took the picture this way so the fence forms a leading line.
It wouldn't be a farm without chickens! Here is a picture I took of a couple of happy chickens near their red chicken coop. This is a fenced area as well to keep the chickens in. I'm contributing this photograph to Rural Thursdays at another lovely site (http://www.aruraljournal.com/), where bloggers share photos of beautiful rural areas.
Here is a shot from another angle that shows a great piece of machinery on the grass. Can anyone tell me what this machine is for? In case you're wondering, that is my husband's hand on the right pointing to the bolts and rust on it. A guy's fascination with machines--it was his idea for me to take this photograph!
Here is a view of the machine from another angle next to a bed of flowers. You can see the horizon on this picture as in the first picture. Anyone know what this machine is yet?
Here is the beautiful bowl on our dining room table complete with freshly rinsed cherries! I'm contributing my photograph to Friday My Town Shoot Out!!, a very interesting and fun site (http://mytownshootout.blogspot.com/). This week's topic is "made by hand." Enjoy my photos of this beautiful New York farm and have a cherry or two!