Saturday, August 7, 2010

Hayfield and Farmhouse/ SOOC

A farm on the edge of Mount Albert

Mount Albert is one of five villages in East Gwillimbury. So far this has been a great year for growing hay - sun, heat and occasional rain.


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28 comments:

ilanadavita said...

Great shot! Is it still very hot in Canada?

Nessa said...

Pretty. Hay is good luck.

BJ Roan said...

This farm could be around the corner from me. This post has such a peaceful feel. Nice!

Farmchick said...

Beautiful photo.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful perspective of a very pretty farm!

michael said...

Not only a good year for hay, but good hay for your photo. Very nice photo.

michael said...

Not only a good year for hay, but good hay for your photo. Very nice photo.

Kathy said...

That is one spectacular farmhouse! All that hay will also help in paying the electricity for the hot summer for the family who lives there.

Michael said...

Handsome moggy. Nice pics

Jan said...

A very peaceful scene, although I know lots of work goes into farming.

Rambling Woods said...

So peaceful...sigh

Rose said...

A perfect shot....

eden said...

A beautiful place. Great capture.

Lew said...

Beautiful rural scene! Loved your sepia shot on your other blog also!

Manang Kim said...

This is a beautiful farm house. Here in MI too the crops and fruit trees are doing well. The pick all you can fruit farms are giving notice to everyone that they are one or two weeks advance in their harvest because this year is just good. Spring started a bit warm. Happy Sunday!

Sunflower

Lady Fi said...

Wow - that farmhouse is a real beauty!

Reader Wil said...

A lovely summer photo as summers ought to be! Thanks for your visit! Have a great Sunday!

Cezar and Léia said...

The water tower (I guess) on the background gives an odd appearance to the house, very interesting!
God bless you!
Cezar

guild-rez said...

Great picture!!
Heat and humidity will be back next week. The harvest is earlier this year. I picked my first apples
in Colborne, Ontario.
Gisela

Francisca said...

These farm shots of yours are stunning, EG... every one of them!

Nikki-ann said...

Beautiful countryside! :)

Linnea W said...

Love this shot. The lighting is terrific. Nice how the house is basking in the soft sunlight.

Prizler Photography said...

So beautiful! Love farmhouses.

The OriginalPsyn said...

What a gorgeous farmhouse. Wonderful shot.

Jacob said...

Hay, there, you with the bales in your field...

Sorry 'bout that. I couldn't resist.

I've baled hay; it ain't fun. 'Specially in the heat!

Very nicely composed photograph!

Kathleen A. Ryan said...

Thanks for posting this beautiful photo!

Louis la Vache said...

A fine rural image - it captures both the tranquility and the hard work of farm life.

George said...

You've captured a near-perfect rural scene.

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