Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
That is one HUGE bale of hay. The red wagon adds a dash of colour to the photo.
Hay wagons have come a long way in the last century, haven't they! If that's the last hay those cows are going to have for the season, they're going to be in trouble. The farmers in this area will be experiencing the same problem as the spring/summer rains this past year only produced two hay cuttings rather than three.
Shouldn't he have made hay whilst the sun shone?Lovely photo.Have a nice day, Boonie
I think he left this out just for you so you could take this terrific picture.We need a couple of round bales for the horses. MB
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That is a pretty composition, EG. I think the bale was left behind for photographers.
I like this one. The red just adds so much.
lovely. Sometimes I wonder if we live inthe same Ontario. But I'm a city person and know how to find the beauty there, so thank goodness for the balance of your photos.
I like the dash of red the wagon adds to the sceneHappy New Year!
Our bales are really much smaller...
Wow, farming is so big now in all respects. Good photo. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Great composition. Red color acts as spice in this photo!Thanks for commenting on my entry.
Did you make a wish? When we were children my mom always told my sister and I to make a wish if a hay truck passed by.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
That is quite a wagon...bigger than the little red one I had when I was a kid (and yes, at one time I was a kid!)...Sheesh. I know what you're thinking!Really a cool shot - the red wagon against all that gray is very striking.Re your comment on Ocala DP: Us old guys have made the art of waiting a science!
Looks good. It's probably going to be there for a while at the rate this winter is going.
Neat capture -- really tells a story! I am so envious of all your snow. Nothing here sicne I came back from Port Orchard's three snowfalls. That's a month with no snow. sigh
Nice photo. It is common practice to leave rolled bales outside, only the outer layer gets wet. bill:www.wildramblings.com
You have so many beautiful scenes to photograph! Thank you so much for your kind comment - it means a lot!
The neighbors animals are wishing that it will roll off and on to their farm.
It's too bad the farmer didn't get this bale in, but it did give you a great picture.
that is an interesting shot!Simona
Red just pops in a photo with snow doesn't it?Darla
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