Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Roam the Land













I just stumbled across the blog Grass Doe, replete with photographs that capture moments, faces, and landscapes in perfect stillness and calm. Shhhh, don't show this to my boyfriend or I might be forcibly carted off to a farmhouse in Maine where Milo can roam the land like his bushy-tailed brethren.

14 comments:

  1. oh wow. this makes ME want to run off to a farmhouse in Maine!

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  2. oh gosh, these are wonderful. i think my husband and your boyfriend would easily plot the same thing. except E might chose a log cabin instead.

    oh for the simple life.

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  3. The pictures of the dogs are just fantastic. My dog won't be still long enough to get a pic. These little fluffy friends look so well behaved and adorable.

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  4. I've already been considering the farmhouse in maine, and this just proves i'm on the right track :)

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  5. i love that last pic. man, i can't show these to my boyfriend either. he hates the city and is obsessed with moving to a farmhouse in the countryside. any countryside far away from here.

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  6. Oh. Just beautiful... What gorgeous images..! I kind of want to be carted off to a farmhouse in Maine. I'm off to follow the link, dear! Thank you - and I hope you are well!

    xoox,
    -maria

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  7. love love love those images! I hope you are enjoying your march!

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  8. Grass Doe is such a peaceful and uncluttered space. Thank you for the introduction. Now I am feeling inspired to "roam the land".

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  9. I know I could muster a very mature response to this post (maybe about the photography, the light or the farmhouse) but it's taking all of my strength to not squeal "PUPPIES!!!!!!! - gosh darn cute PUPPIES!"

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  10. Brigitta - I know, part of the allure of these photos is just how beautiful these dogs are, plus they remind me of my own furry puppy.

    Giovanna - my boyfriend is the exact same way. if it were up to him we'd have been out in the country years ago, but i just don't feel ready to give up the city yet!

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  11. grass doe is pretty much my favorite photo blog ever. it took me almost a year to figure out who the photog is. see if you think i'm right:

    http://www.jonathanlevitt.com/

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  12. These pictures are amazing. What a cool place and a beautiful dog.

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  13. I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I think I will leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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