Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Two timeless photos, great to see.
These are lovely rural scenes. I like the rolls of hay and the barn. Have a great day!
Hate the stuff, gives me hayfeaver and I sneeze
Nice atmosphere in these.Great captures.
Ah, haying season... brings back memories of sweaty, scratchy struggles with the constantly breaking baler.
most of the hay i see in blog land is rolled like this. i think rolled they leave it in the field and square they deliver on trucks. but not sure
Cedar is a strong, durable wood!!! Lasting a long, long time without rotting.I LOVE rolled hay. And I also love the fragrance of freshly mowed.
Very nice pictures - fence in foreground, blue sky, and green fields. Takes awhile to find the right scene at the right time to get pix like those.
Really amazing countryside and images. I also love to see hay rolled like that.MersadMersad Donko Photography
I saw pictures of people manually baling hay on Bolzano DP today. I much prefer the Canadian method! :)
So very evocative of late summer. Beautiful shots!
We've already had three hay cuttings this season with at least one more to come. Hay will be cheap this winter.
Hey, Hey, Hey... HAY!
Very beautiful, and they look like that in my area this year too!
love seeing hay baled! our 2nd crop is drying as i type this. :)
Everyone seems to love seeing baled hay in a pretty field, especially when a fence is part of the scene. Love these!
Wonderful rural scenes.
CameraGirl those are some lovely clicks.. rural bliss! I love the round bales! Nothing prettier than round bales in a green field with a barn with a red rust roof! Awesome split rail fence!
Lots of round bales out this way too. Seems to be the thing alright. Cedar is best for fences--it lasts the longest.I could hear the chain saws when the logging was going on. rowr rowr started every morning at 6AM. And then the big machines when they were loading the trucks.Bob and i have walked up in that area so it is sad to see the trees go. They do replant so that is good. MB
These are such lovely scenes.I especially love the first one.
The hay bales are always nice to see!
I'm very fond of those cedar fences, I have never seen them before coming to live in Canada.
Lots of round bales here, too. When a teen I worked the back end of a hay baler - we made rectangular bales. That was an awful job!
Wonderful rural scenes EG.. being a city gal :) I have no idea what other shapes hay bales come in ?
Kind of a heartwarming sight. Makes me long for a rocking chair and a porch!=)
Such awesome shots! These pictures are really timeless, they could have been taken in almost any decade. Yes, it is all round here, too. It must be better equipment and faster. Only once have I seen the old square kind.
Funny how all the bales are round now!
Nice landscapes. I like those round bales.
Those cedar fences have so much character! Beautiful scenes of the hay and fields.
wonderful rural views and an awesome fence find!!!!beautiful images camera girl, i don't think i know you "real" name!!!
I agree,the fields look so neat when cut and baled. We also have mostly the big round bales now.Beautiful pictures.
Ah yes, my favourite summer scene. On my way back from Quimper last week, I saw lots of them and also lots of farmers harvesting...
Beautiful rural scene.
I love the split rail fence.
You always get some of the greats shots of baled hay...never mind the wonderful fences!
Did you sneak down here and take these shots in my backyard?!
I can almost smell that new-mown hay! Part of summer were missing up here in the North.
Love seeing the peacefulness of these hay bales out in the fields.
That's a very familiar sight around here too!
I like the round bales. The photo with the fence makes the area look so peaceful.Darla
Already?! Oh! Oh! fall and winter are on the way.
Great photography! Well done.
Fabulous fences and hay bales. Makes me think of Virginia!
Love these rustic fence shots with the hay bales in the background.
Oh, hay bail in the huge area; never seen that kind of scenery♡♡♡Great post for the fence, my friend.Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
We always call them "herds of shredded wheat" when we see the big round ones....
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