Jul 15, 2007

Hey, It's Hay!

The haying is done in the Umpqua Valley. The hay from this field has been hauled off to the barn

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Round hay bales still dot some fields
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And some bales are protected from the rain in neatly sealed plastic cases.
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11 comments:

  1. superbe, j'aime surtout la premiere pour sa composition, bravo


    superb, I like especially the first for his composition, cheer

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  2. I'm glad I have fast internet. I can see how it takes John 15 minutes to load all 150 shots.
    Love these shots of the hay and lack there of. The white casings look like giant worms.

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  3. Sorry Faye, I think my last comment sounded rather snotty. I didn't mean it like that.
    Hope you have a great day and my appologies.

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  4. I love to see those round hay dotting the fields. Never see that here.. :) :) Nice shots.. even of the long tubish white covered ones.. :) :)

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  5. Love the colours and textures in the first shot :o) {{HUGS}}

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  6. loved the first shot totally...

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  7. Those hay bales hold a certain fascination for photographers. I wonder why this is so? I love the way you photographed them with the white "tube" last.

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  8. Ohhh Sue, you have nothing to appologize for. I didn't take your comment as being "snotty" at all :)

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  9. You got some nice pics there Faye. Love that country feel...sandy by the way thanks for the explanation on photo size...

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  10. This is the second time I have seen bales in plastic....a new concept for me...loved the pictures.

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  11. Faye-that top photo is my favorite...it's outstanding!
    great color and perfectly composed!

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