Eating curds and drinking from the bubbler in south central Wisconsin
I saw some of these out in a field the other day. Wrapping them in plastic is brilliant. What took them so long to do this.Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥
This was part of a larger display, Sandee. Not only does it look better but maybe there's an advantage to keeping it wrapped for the farmers. The whole thing was a dragon.
As if he was walking on the clouds ! A very beautiful picture
I like it! Here we use black wrappings - the white is much more attractive.
Looks like he is walking on clouds. Makes for a great b&w photo.
You could sure make some big s'mores with those marshmallows!
Love it! Great title too.
This is great,i like it !
Hi Jeanna, this made me smile. If they were marshmallows, I'd like to imagine that he would be on all fours trailing his tongue against the fluffy sweetness (or would that be just me?).#SundayPhotoxx
That is such a fun image! I love it and the contrast with the clouds is great. Just when did farmers start sealing hay bales like this? I see it all the time these days. #mysundayphoto
Fascinating - I'd love to see the dragon. #mysundayphoto
Love it, looks like he's up in the cloudsThank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto
A picture to launch a thousand tales.
Love the photo, Jeanna. I want to walk on marshmallows.
Ah big round hay bales. We need to get some more of those in to last the winter here non the farm.
I always wanted to walk on clouds. Hay bales would be an OK substitute. ..... We have figured out that the only people having problems getting to my blog are all on blogspot. It’s a step forward. But I don’t yet know how to fix it. Still here and still safe but blogspot apparently doesn’t think so.
LOL!! Certainly looks like fun!!Not much hay where I am at...thank you for sharing a bit of your world!- Lisa
brilliant capture - walking on clouds.
Great captured. Marshmallows ... Lol :)
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