Friday, September 1, 2017

Don't Bale On Me Now

I saw this golden opportunity on the way to one of the many festivals I visited this summer. A gleaming example of the approaching fall and of the summer I'm trying to preserve.


Hwy Q on the way to Waunakee


A little slice of heaven at Skelly's this week where, yes, I was hunting down corn


12 comments:

  1. This is glorious...great colors, textures, and that sky. I visited your blog from Skywatch Friday link.

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  2. I passed a few times before I decided to go for it. Such an expansive shot, but I think it turned out all right. A fish eye may have done the trick better.

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  3. Beautiful, golden shot! I like the wide panoramic view.

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    1. That little pancake lens sure comes in handy.

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    1. I guess that's my favorite thing about where I live, city, country and suburbs intertwined.

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  5. love the blue and gold look -- but it does look a little too much like Fall coming on quick.

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    1. The top photo was coming back from a fest in late July, but it sure looks like fall. I kept passing the field and finally got some okay shots. I tried a few times.

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  6. There's something satisfying about a field of baled hay. Great capture. I miss US flavors. The latest soda flavor I have had here in New Zealand is watermelon and mint. I know. Very strange but interesting.

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  7. Hello, love the sky and view of the bales of hay. Gorgeous country scene.
    Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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