Tuesday, August 7, 2012


The rains are back, all daylong it’s been overcast with rain every half hour or so.  This isn’t the best weather for painting, as most artists would agree. 

 So we went to the relative’s old farm from the early 1700’s and photographed my daughter there with the Spinning Jenny, we found some old cloths for her to wear so as to add to the flavor.

 I could help but to take this shot of Robert Duncan painting what looks like marshmallows, its actually hay they roll up in plastic. It causes the hay to ferment over the winter months, which adds some kind of nutrition to the food for the cows.  In my opinion it just sounds fairly disgusting and must smell foul enough when opened. For the cows it is a delicacy, as opposed to dry hay all winter long.

Richard Boyer

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