“Come, follow me” said the goat.

Seeing, to me, is sometimes simply viewing life through my camera’s viewfinder.

If Dan and I have a few hours to spare, we will pack up the car and spend a fun filled day driving the backroads of the beautiful bluff country in Southeastern , MN.  From a run in with an abandoned farmstead, or stumbling upon a collection on an ever spinning reel.  Maybe it is seeing the magic of the sun as the light shines through the branches of the swaying trees in the woods of this area, or a surprise run in with the friendliest goat you have ever seen.  No matter what, we can drive the backroads of Minnesota and Wisconsin daily and always see something new.

Along one of these roads we saw the sun hit a horse’s mane as it was standing in the pasture, so we stopped and got out of the car to photograph the sight.  To our surprise, a goat walked right under the fence and gave us a friendly look as if to whisper “Come follow me”.  He was a character alright and was very interested in what we may of had to offer him.   Yep, this day was another photography outing to go down in the record books.

10 thoughts on ““Come, follow me” said the goat.

  1. That goat was hilarious to say the least. Another fine day on record through your eyes and images. Greats photos as usual. You have a knack for making sunshine look wonderful; love the sun rays coming through the trees.

  2. Joe says:

    The goat really looks like he wants you to follow him, how cool is that. As usual the photos are great, have a nice week Cynthia.

  3. tabularasa88 says:

    The misty sunset through clouds is awesome. Great post!

  4. MikeP says:

    You find and photograph some of the coolest things…. love the demon shot of DAN… 🙂

  5. Oooo, I love that barn/building structure. Good find!

    Hehe @ goat.

  6. Pat says:

    Great post – back roadin’ is my favorite type of photo shoot. You do very nice work – great photography and well written stories. I’m glad I found you. 🙂

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