A while back – actually, all the way back in January, Laura and I were on our way to Madison to grab some stuff. I’m not really sure what we were doing. That’s not important right now because what I want to show you in this post has nothing to do with what we were going to Madison for. The pictures we took that day are what I’d like to refresh in your memory. You can read the post here:
If you don’t want to read the post, you may gander at one photo in particular. I’ll show it here:
The day Laura took this picture of me was a day this field was covered with about six inches of ice. I stopped the car on our way by, jumped out and began sliding around. I asked her to take a few pictures so I could display them here on the blog.
Funny thing happened yesterday on our way to Madison. We took the same route and right when we were passing the same field, we saw the ever elusive bison we’ve been waiting for on the other side of the road. I pulled the car over and ran out to the spot I was standing in back in January. I asked Laura to take a few photos of me to post on this blog. Like she did back then, she did again. Here is one of the pictures:
Is that funny or what? I’m starting to think I’m a one trick pony. My stances are almost identical. And it wasn’t even me I wanted her to take a picture of. It was me in the field. I wanted to show you how the field changed from Winter to Summer.
Well, at least we met the challenge in the next two photos. In the first one, you can see the field and the hills in the background and in the second one, you can see how the hay is piled up. Luckily, you have me in both of them.