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Life in the Holler: And the cow jumped over the moon

2014-03-16 - Topside, The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. Chris Cowan out in Milltown, who is a great guy, allowed me to take a few shots at his house last night. Our children had been riding four wheelers and I was picking up Dusty at just the perfect time. Of course he said "sure, help your self." This frame said everything to me about farm life. The equipment, the fencing and, in the light of the full moon, took me back 40 years in my mind to what I thought a farm should look like in the song, "Hey Diddle, Diddle" by Mother Goose, when Jimmy Harper would sing it to me. All the elements were there, you can't see the little Blue Healer running around my feet, the full moon, the laughter from the kids... I was just waiting for the cow to jump over the moon! - Shamarie
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