SQUARE (some say rectangular) bales of straw ready to be taken to the barn
Whenever hay or straw has been cut and sufficiently dried, it's baling time in East Gwillimbury, which could be one, two or three times a year depending on rainfall. Believe it or not, watching the process can be entertaining... for a few minutes each year, at least.
Shooting up, up, UP...
Making SQUARE bales can be especially fun to watch for a photographer. You can't see the tractor in this photo, but it is pulling the baler, which is making the bales and shooting them up, over...
and into the hay wagon. Capturing a bale in mid air is the entertainment for me.
A couple of years ago, I even captured dust coming out of the bales. Doesn't it look a bit like smoke?
Neat and orderly, and not nearly as entertaining
These SQUARE bales look like they might actually be SQUARE (or in three dimensions, cubes).
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE