Thursday, September 15, 2016

Wasted Hay Bales And Other Tales From Hwy 12

Continuing to embrace cheapness while appreciating what's right in front of me I stuck a toe out east. Halloween is busting out all over while the weather remains in some kind of dream state between tolerable fits of rain. The green is staying green while summer breathes its last breath—gurgle—wheeze—glorp.


Looks like Halloween

All three look under the influence. Sunglasses spent too much time in the weed field



Hwy M Hell Sky 
Week's Favorite

Near Deerfield

Critters

This cobweb does not come with Areosmith tickets






42 comments:

  1. Gorgeous sky shot and that first photo made me laugh!

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    1. I thought, "Good thing they're not driving."

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    1. The one with sunglasses is stoned for sure.

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    1. Is it as great as revolving sky high emu?

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    1. If you're going for the drive, always take a camera, MB, mountains or no.

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  5. Lovely sky photos. The bales of hay are so cute with the faces on them.

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    1. There were more down the way but so much else to see.

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  6. stunning orange in the sky! lovely capture

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    1. Thanks, I've been seeing some great sunsets this week.

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  7. That sunset photo is simply stunning! #photofriday

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    1. Thank you, PD, it's just down the road too (:

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  8. cute autumn hay rolls - love the country dirt road. Reminds me of visiting friends in Kentucky 40 years ago.

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    1. It led through the farmland and didn't seem to end.

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  9. What an outstanding sky!!!
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    1. Well I've got two linked up all ready, Sue, but what the hey. Get it, hay.

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  10. That first photo is s funny! Like when people do things to make other laugh.

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    1. Yeah, as if they're cracking each other up.

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  11. love the first image, Made me laugh :)

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    1. I had to pull over to check those out, Monica. I thought they were funny too.

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  12. They're up to something they shouldn't be, Susie.

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  13. Hi Jeanna ~~ Those hay bales are special for Halloween, nice find. My favorite is the "Near Deerfield" road picture. It is also 'near' to the end of the road.
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    1. Yes it is near to the end of the road. I'm trying to be more responsible when taking photos and pulled over to look at the field. I suppose the farmer in you appreciates that old farm road, Jim.

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  14. I have yet to see decorated hay bales, I need to be on the look for them. Great sky and backroad. What no Areosmith tickets?

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    1. That's surprising considering all your travels, Tom. Ha, I'm not the hugest Family Guy fangirl, but that bit sticks in my mind. Love in an el a vaa tor...

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  15. I love the bales, even more with your description! Your favorite is beautiful too. That's a neat arrow sign, what does it mark?

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    1. It was a sign with cobwebs and insects which I should really try to bring out more, easier to see if you click to enlarge. It's pointing out different Indian mounds in Koshkonong. I believe it was pointing at a Pear shaped and Conical mound.

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  16. Haha! The first picture, and caption, did make me laugh!

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    1. They're definitely party bales, Jade.

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  17. Love the fun hay bales. Gorgeous sky and country lane.

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    1. Yeah, PJ, I had more luck scenery wise traveling southeast this time.

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    1. It's as if the skies took there own pictures last week, Molly.

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  19. Wow, the colours of that sunset are wonderful. I've never seen hay bales painted like that before - cute!

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    1. I see a lot of them this time of year, CMW.

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  20. AMazing!! LOVE the pumpkin bales!!

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    1. Thanks, Alycia, the landscape was cooperating with me that week.

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  21. This is a wonderful series of images! I'm trying to figure out how I can get a round bale pumpkin at my pumpkin patch. Very cute. Thanks so much for joining me for Friday's Hunt. I hope you have a great week!

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    1. Hmm, there must be some place that makes pumpkin bales this time of year. Do you know how to dye hay and bale it or vice versa?

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