Thursday, July 16, 2015

Hay on the Hill

 Bales of hay, first cut of the year

This is one of my most favourite farms in East Gwillimbury. I enjoy watching the changes here from season to season.

Barns atop another hill on same farm

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53 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

Haying time, a season I always looked forward to. (And still do!)
You've captured the spirit of it beautifully.

Margaret Adamson said...

I love watching the farmer bring in thehay. Lovely countryside around you area.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Oh now it is my favourite place in East Gwillimbury and I have never been there:) Nice place and fence. Hug B

Anvilcloud said...

I does look like a nice farm.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, pretty farm. I love the field with the baled hay! Love the barn shot too. Have a happy day!

Kathy said...

So far this year we've only had one hay cutting also. All those rains in May and June caused hay havoc. But second will come shortly and maybe even a third in September. I always like seeing the rolls drying in the fields. It seems to have a somewhat calming effect. Isn't that odd?

Sandra said...

the grass looks like emerald carpet or emerald velvet.

Maggie said...

I don't know just what it is about barns but I do love them! This would be one of my faves too if I lived in EG.

carolann said...

I remember Hay time. Nice fences.

"...E...", from VA, Beth said...

i really find that simple & calming views like a field with hay bales is very calming. what could be better? lovely shot. ( :

Montanagirl said...

Really nice photos! I like the fences. I'm used to seeing wood and barb wire fences around here too.

TexWisGirl said...

that first vista is awesome! love seeing hay in the fields. :)

Mary Hone said...

Those barns are awesome.

Rose said...

I love your shot of the hay field...and of course I love those barns and fences.

bj said...

One of my favorite scenes are fields filled with rolled hay bales. Your shots are wonderful.

Michelle said...

Love that first photo. It could have been taken right here!

ladyfi said...

What luscious shots.

William Kendall said...

A very pleasant looking farm!

Carola Bartz said...

I always love to see bales of hay, I don't really know why. Thank you for posting this one - it's a lovely, peaceful image.

Linda W. said...

I always love seeing those round hay bales scattered around fields.

VP said...

Love the wide spaces and the picturesque farm!

Revrunner said...

Such a lovely view.

Halcyon said...

A bucolic scene. And so much wonderful green!!!

Cloudia said...

You make me long to be a better photog!







Aloha

cieldequimper said...

Makes me want to sit on a bale and then roll down the hill!!

Felicia said...

ahhhhh yes love your rural images. looks like the scenery in my area.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Seeing a field of bales always makes me smile. It looks so neat and tidy.

RedPat said...

Nice rolling hills, EG!

LV said...

Definitely a wonderful farm and country area.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, reminds me of fun summers spent on an uncle's farm as a young girl with all the green and bails of hay!! Thanks for the memories, EG, and the beauty as always!! Have a great weekend!!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful pastoral images!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

That really is a beautiful farm. I can see why it's your favorite! Great photos, and thanks for sharing.

John's Island said...

Wow, that first picture ... it is so green! Wonderful!

Gemma Wiseman said...

magical view of the green hillside and so love the old barn. It as so much character.

Photo Cache said...

I am eager to see this scene with my own two eyes since I haven't so far.

Chandra Eswaran said...

Hi Tina,
Beautiful farm scenes!
I simply love that teal roof on the barn.
Have a Wonderful Day!
Peace :)

Randy said...

So green and pretty.

Jack said...

Your first image is so simple and yet so pretty. It doesn't take fancy to evoke an emotion, does it?

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Things have really greened up where you are.

Ida said...

What a pretty field of baled hay behind that fence. Also I liked the barn shot as well. Country scenes are so nice to look at but I'm happy to be a "city" girl.

Linda said...

I like the rolls of hay! Very pretty and reassuring in that prosperous farms mean there's food coming.

Amy Franks said...

love that scenery! Almost can't wait till summer here :-)

jandi said...

wow so lush + green! lovely!

NatureFootstep said...

yes, this is a good place to follow. Lovely lines and curves in nature :)

s.c said...

Indeed a very stunning landscape . A bit out of a fairytale.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Hay is for horses, or so I hear!
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Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Pretty rural scenery. I'm seeing this all around in my area..but bale hay is hard to find right now. Love the barns.

Indrani said...

The first shot looks so good!
Great pics for the theme.

Andy Wilson said...

Wonderful countryside.

bailey-road.com said...

Such pleasing rural images.

Marie C said...

I just love it! My kind of place.

Pauline W said...

Lovely rural scenes. Love the shapes of the tall barns in your part of the world!

edenhills said...

Beautiful images. There's nothing like the good feeling of getting hay made. I'm hoping to do that this week.

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