Friday, 25 July 2008

Sky Watch


A familiar scene this time of year as the farmer bales hay.
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16 comments:

as minhas fotografias said...

beautiful shots!

Linda Reeder said...

I can smell the hay! I love that summer smell.
Greetings from Seattle.

Old Wom Tigley said...

This is my kind of view.. thank you for sharing it.

Please forgive this 'copy & paste' part of my comment but I am on my rounds checking all the links but wanted you to know I have seen your post and will try to get back again.
On behalf of all other Sky Watchers the team thank you for taking part this week.

Tom

Dee said...

Reminds me of growing up in South Dakota! Cool picture!

Charli and me said...

What a great picture. I would love to live on a farm and be able to walk for miles and miles in the country side.

Donna said...

Nice shot!! Looks Warm!!lol...

Island Rambles Blog said...

Hi there... I love the great colorful photo of the farm in your post for the Sky Watch Friday

SandyCarlson said...

Under a warm summer sky! Lovely pastoral scene. Thanks.

ellen b said...

Hi Mog! Looks like busy times on the farm! The sky looks pretty still...

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Achoo! I still love the smell of hay even though it makes me sneeze. Nice Sky Watch!

nina said...

The hay's coming in here, too. Love this time of year.

Nina at Nature Remains

Lilli & Nevada said...

Lovely shot and i can smell that hay

Suzanne said...

What lovely photos. A tractor bailing hay is such a tranquil photo and adds a sense of calm to busy city life.

Lynellen said...

Greetings from Dumfries, Virginia. What a peaceful scene. Thanks for sharing with SkyWatch! Have a great weekend.
--Lynellen, #241 on this week's skywatch

Kelly said...

Lovely and peaceful photo! Sounds like we have a lot in common! I can just smell the hay...My kids have grown up too... sure makes a difference in how our lives work when they are young and now have grown up... Love Cats too... Your cat is very prettty! Mine started out found in the bushes and had to be bottle fed! Quite an experience, anyway, Love your blog.

Greetings from Oklahoma

chanpheng said...

Very nice photo. I should show my friends here, who use either water buffalo or two wheeled tractors for plowing the rice fields.

My Sky Watch Friday post is here. Hope you enjoy it.