Word of the Day in Pictures
of or relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life : the church is lovely for its bucolic setting.
noun (usu. bucolics)
a pastoral poem.
ORIGIN early 16th cent. (denoting a pastoral poem): via Latin from Greek boukolikos, from boukolos ‘herdsman,’ from bous ‘ox.
No place does pastoral better than the UK and Scotland with all those free roaming sheep. We have cows galore in New York, but I did not shoot the Holstein. So what is bucolic in your neck of the woods?
Well, Lynn from, From Lynn’s Garden responded by emailing me images taken by her sister of a bucolic scene beside a road. You agree?