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.
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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