2012 was a year of great trips, fabulous meals and good times. Although as a breeder, I will probably remember it most as a year of loss. Loss that was inevitable, and loss that came from out of the blue and left me numb. It isn't something you ever get accustomed to, and when it happens in waves it can rock you to your core and make you wonder why you subject yourself to it. In the process I lost my voice; hence the lack of posts. I think slowly by putting one foot in front of the other, things have gotten better and I am ready to face the world again. I've even picked up the camera and started capturing the gang on their romps in the back fields.
Rehannah loving the fresh snow we had in December
A chickadee and nuthatch being fed during the deep freeze of last week.
I was amazed at the clarity of these pictures as they were taken through my dirty window with the 70-200 hand held.
Hope for the future..."Hilton", who will be formally known as Laureate Be My Guest. We are delighted to share this beautiful boy with Gisela and Phil Aston, who lost their boy "Pirate" last year.