Hopalong Hollow....

Hopalong Hollow, where the Blueberries grow sweet, and the moss feels soft beneath your feet.

Monday, April 29, 2013

one minute of beauty...

I dropped my movie camera and it is broken. Oh dear...
 This is simply a test to make a movie with my regular camera.
 Peacocks are so silly.
 One minute of farm beauty.

25 comments:

  1. Oh Jeri, so sorry your movie camera is broken..

    This one minute of beauty in the Hollow is heaven, and the boys are getting so BIG... I love to watch all your animals getting along together..
    Your Peacock is absolutely beautiful!
    Wishing you sunshine and joy.
    fondly,
    Penny

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  2. Oh joy....spring joy. The peacock showing off and the puppies taking a look but no action. The chickens being chickens.....I envy you so. Oma Linda

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  3. Je suis désolée pour votre appareil !

    Je possède des paons dans ma propriété et j'aime les observer... Ils aiment la musique et arrivent volontiers lorsque l'on joue du piano.
    Ils aiment aussi courir après les chiens pour jouer ou les séduire s'il n'y a pas de femelle paon...
    J'ai eu jusqu'à 22 paons dont 4 blancs.
    Actuellement c'est la saison des amours... et ils nous offrent un beau spectacle.
    Belle vidéo. Merci pour ce partage.
    Gros bisous

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    1. 22 paons ! Incroyable... J'aimerais bien que.

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  4. OH JERI DARLIN'! I always wear my new camera around my neck because if I drop that thing, IT'S OVER FOR ME! The video looks fabulous and the beauty is remarkable. You live with these antics, beauty, wonder EVERY DAY and I love that you share it all with us.

    Many hugs my dear and your regular camera did a great job! Anita

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  5. So, is the peacock trying to impress the chicken? :) Star crossed?

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    1. Poor Peacocks! All their efforts to impress go completely unnoticed by the farm folk, no matter how much they strut.

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  6. Great little video of your wonderful life there at Hopalong Hollow.

    Sorry your camera broke. This one did just fine.

    Love and hugs to you ~ FlowerLady

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  7. I can't imagine walking around with that much pouf! Your puppies are adorable too!


    We are going to John C Campbell for 2 weeks on May 11th, I am so excited!
    Patti

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  8. Golly he's gorgeous (and he soooo knows it!) Thanks for a beautiful minute - a great start to my day!

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  9. Jeri, the Peabody Boy sure is a ham! Oh it's so much fun to see the critters out at play thanks for the minute at the Hollow, it's a reminder that we live among all creatures great and small. Ps: the garden is looking magical?
    -Lvu Deborah RM

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    1. ooooh Deborah, I wish you could see it! My Lavenders are all coming back, 10 of them! And everything else is LUSH as can be, It is amazing.

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  10. Oh how I love this little video! That yummy looking rooster is glorious! Don't tell the fowl dearest, but every time I see a plump chicken, I feel like eating CHICKEN! shhhhhh.....

    Merci for coming to visit my proposal to take a trip to France with us. Oh the glories of the French countryside, the ANIMALS, THE FARMS and yes, the lavender. Think about it my dear....you can make a connection with your farm to that of a French farm...

    Big hugs to you! Anita

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  11. ahhh, sorry to hear about your camera breaking!
    your puppies are growing up, they must be so much fun!

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  12. Dear Jeri,
    Thank you so much for coming over to meet little Fleur..
    Your kind words mean so much.
    fondly,
    Penny

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  13. Thankfully there's more than one way of making a movie! I just love the cold-shoulder the peacock got from a completely unimpressed hen. But most of all it was fun to see your pups growing bigger.

    Hope your springtime is filled with delights--I'm having so much fun with mine that I'm having trouble finding time to post about it. Yep, bad blogger. ;)

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  14. Dear Jeri - that was a delightful minute...sorry about your movie camera...those two pooches look pretty fun too. Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great day.

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  15. Sorry about the camera Jeri, you still id a fab job. Beauty is Mr Peaock and the Roo. Lovely to see the Pyr pups fitting in so effortlessly ... they look marvelous and happy.

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  16. Dear Cousin Jeri,

    So sorry you dropped your camera!

    Your peacock looks so lovely in the garden and my how those Agents Keats and Liam are sure growing!

    Your cousins,
    Diane and daughter Sarah and Tillie Tinkham the seamstress mouse at the Corgyncombe Courant

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  17. Jeri you just crack me up! Thanks so much for your visit.. I am so happy you enjoyed meeting Gus.
    Wishing you a beautiful day tomorrow.
    fondly,
    Penny


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  18. Very nice to see you all in movement, the Peacock is truly spectacular. Precioso.
    Un hug.
    Mª Carmen Duque.

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  19. Thank you Jeri for this sweet minute ! Wonderful, charming, lovely ! I love, love, love !
    Nice week !

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  20. Just am exqisite moment in the Hollow.... The Pups are really
    stretching forth. That glorious peacock received her comeuppance
    did she not? That lovely hen is not exactly chopped liver and I
    think she had to make the rest of the menagerie aware of her attributes after listening to all the oohs & aahs about fanned out feathers and striking blues and greens. Just love the embroidered quilt...you have the replication down pat....Wish I
    could stitch as well as you recreate the stitches...Consumate artiste.....Is that in No.3? Cannot wait! Love and miss you.
    Gentility

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