Wednesday, March 23, 2011

tools of the trade...

spring is such a busy time here...

while trying to get the land ready to be sowed and nurtured...

we are also busy getting ready to bring the cows in off the range...

which means fixing fence...

lots and lots of fence...

{don't want our girls to bloat by getting into those luscious alfalfa fields...} :0)

husband.s tools of the trade...

fencing pliers and barbwire...



little one.s tool of the trade...

mud...

lots and lots of mud..



oh and my tools of the trade...

florabella.s b/w mink, kim klassen.s memorable texture and sigma 17-70mm macro lens...

don't know what the husband would do without me and my tools... ;0)




22 comments:

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Gorgeous photos!

sharon said...

Your photos just get better and better - who else could make barbed wire and mud look that good!
Sharon

Deborah said...

Oh you are the cutest!!
Love your sweet spirit...and I loved this very tender post!
Beautiful moments of your life and loves shared with us..
Thanks Kristin..Im blessed to know you xo

Deborah xoxo

traci said...

oh my goodness girl. those images are precious. i love working hand photos. and that little plumber butt. too darn cute.

Destiny said...

Too cute! Nothin' better than watchin' a little one play in the mud!

Cheyenne said...

These photos are awesome. Absolutely awesome.

Dorota said...

I really like your blog,very inspirational!

Dorota
www.jewellerybijou.com

My Grama's Soul said...

What a cute post!!!

Jo

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

I am taking Kim's class right now and it is so fun !!
Your pictures are gorgeous!

xoxo
Lori

crystal.cattle said...

First time visitor to your blog! And what a cool blog header. Fencing is one of my very least favorite jobs on the farm. Ugh. I can't pund a staple to save myl life!

www.cdycattle.blogpsot.com

crystal.cattle said...

First time visitor to your blog! And what a cool blog header. Fencing is one of my very least favorite jobs on the farm. Ugh. I can't pund a staple to save myl life!

www.cdycattle.blogpsot.com

slommler said...

Wonderful photos!! And that mud pie is stupendous!! Ha!
Hugs
SueAnn

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

Oh that little butt! Precious!
Loved these shots. You sure know how to work your tools!!
xoxox
Beth

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

I love how you Make wire make gorgeous!
XO

Leah C said...

I just love what your tools do...absolutely beautiful images!!

paperbird said...

just lovely kristin- farm life sounds like heaven to me- but I am a farm girl at heart!

very merry vintage style said...

I like your tools best! Love how you captured each family member.
Mary

bella said...

dear Kristin
hello! I owe you an email dear friend.
The photos are fab ... I know you will be going far with your photography
Can't wait to see you in July :) You and your camera are going to make us Pacific Northwesters look so dang good!!
showtime is almost here -I'll be writing soon
xo
Sue

Cathy said...

Love your pics and blog! What a sweet, country life....this coming from a city girl who longs to live in the country!! Just not the right time yet!
Cathy aka GGJ

Sea Witch said...

So love your photography. Such an etheral look to everything. Sea witch

Anna said...

Thanks for the glimpse into your world via your wonderful photos! You and your tools make mud and barbed wire look good.

Faund Images said...

I just had to say... that photo of "fancy Clancy" is priceless! haha! Love it so much!!!

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