where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 12, 2015 § 32 Comments
the grass is greener
right where you are
Tagged: cattle, contentment, cows, fall color, field, grazing, landscape, old adage, outdoors, pasture, sayings, the grass is always greener, trees
Cool shot and a nice take on an old saying 🙂
How very true.
Not much “joy” in a mowed paddock!
You’ve caught it!
A neat illustration of human influence. The geology on both sides of the fence looks the same. On the left, the ground has been “improved”, maybe only by the dung of the animals kept there, maybe more deliberately by the farmer. Possibly even a different kind of grass has been sown. At ground level you might not notice the difference with the “unimproved” land.
What a fantastic illustration of the difference I saw in colors before and after my cataract surgery. The grass was green the whole time — I just couldn’t see it.
Good positive thinking.
Love that one especially for its message 😊
This is wonderful!!
I’m saving this as corroboration. What a lovely reminder!
Wise cows! 🙂
Lovely view of the farmers field.
Agreed! Thanks for the reminder.
That is so true in so many ways. Fun photo!
This is great 🙂
Wow!! What a great image and illustration!!
Very nice and beautiful.
Puts a real face on an old saying!
Hah! Good one!
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