Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Longhorn Morning

SOLD to a collector in Connecticut

My front pasture gets the prettiest light in the morning. This was last spring when we had green grass and rain. For a Longhorn, this cow is in great shape. And she was nursing a big calf at the time, too. All the cows are in the pasture next door right now, so I don't get to see them much. Ron will let them come over as soon as we have grass, I suspect. But we need rain first - I think that's how it works. And we haven't had significant rain in over 3 months. We are currently under a burn ban and like California, we cringe when the high winds come through. Getting surrounded by grass fires isn't fun. We don't have the pine forests, though - just lots of pasture grasses that burn fast and furious. I keep the yard grass immediately next to the house watered just in case our pasture catches fire. There's not much left to burn though.

Psalm 104:4
He makes winds his messengers, flames of fire his servants.
Media: oil on canvas panel
Size: 8 in X 10 in (20.3 cm X 25.4 cm)
Price: $115 USD

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Price: $115 includes shipping and insurance U.S.
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1 comment:

gianlucio said...

Hello Debbie, complimenti per i bellissimi dipinti!!!