Twilight Photoshoot

Hello, my friends and readers! How are you all today? Good, I hope!

Since I just posted some wintry photos, I wanted to post some springy photos today. πŸ™‚ March is so flighty…

I actually got a several photos in the afternoon, not just at twilight… but hey,Β I had to name this post something! XD

I love how emerald green the triticale fields look in the sun! β™₯ It makes me happy. πŸ˜€

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This is an alfalfa field… just in case you were wondering. πŸ˜‰

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Maggie explored happily beside me while I took pictures. πŸ˜€

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Hee hee, Maggie looks so noble. XD

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And NOW we get to the twilight pictures. πŸ˜‰

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Ahh…β™₯ Probably my favorite picture in this post!

Megan and I did a little mini Sister’s Photoshoot, but I didn’t get very many good pictures because it was a bit too dark. 😦

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Megan and I alsoΒ had fun taking forced perspective photos of the moon. πŸ˜€

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I love this one!

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See you later, my friends! I hope you enjoyed this post!


P. S. Eeee! Guess what my next post (hopefully) will be about? The last chapter of WordCrafters 2! YAAAAAY! I’m so excited to show it to you guys!


35 thoughts on “Twilight Photoshoot

  1. Hey, Farm Girl! Wanted you to know the your interview with your grandmother was inspiration for my newspaper column this week. ( News from the Path Valley Hotel: The Dangers of Ironing). I gave your blog a plug and added a little bit about what I enjoy about your posts. If you feel comfortable emailing me, I can send you a photo of the column or give you the address of the paper (a little community weekly) so you can order a copy if you like. My email is I’ll also be posting that story on my blog tomorrow or Friday. Keep up the good work on your blog!


      1. Look for the story on my blog later tonight. Like you, I tell a lot of life stories and you’ll find this one, like most, to be squeaky clean as you prefer. ; ) The “Dangers of Ironing” talks first about my kids, then your grandmother’s memories which match the way my mom used to iron and then ends with some details about a sport called “Extreme Ironing” ( for real!) If you want to repost the excerpt about you being the inspiration for this story or my comments about your blog, feel free.


    1. Yes, finally! πŸ˜€ My pleasure! Yep, the fields that look more wooly are alfalfa, and the ones that look grassy are triticale. And we do indeed feed the alfalfa to livestock. πŸ™‚


  2. Beautiful photography, as always Allison! I loved them all! You are such a great photographer! πŸ˜€ All the green grass makes me happy too! πŸ˜‰


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