Make Hay While the Sun Shines by grannysue

Make Hay While the Sun Shines

Got to get up early to work in the hay fields, hard hot work in Texas. This field consists of rolling hills, therefore, does not require straightening I did adjust the contrast in this shot. They will come along later to move the bales and line them up somewhere so that this field can grow more hay.
Thank you for viewing and commenting. Thank you to the ones that have fav'd my previous shots.
I once took a picture of bales like this that were covered in white plastic and convinced my sister in law that they were giant marshmallows which would then be cut down to size for the supermarket! I sometimes straighten the shot even if the landscape was sloped because I think it looks better- but that really is up to the photographer as an artistic choice. Good shot!
July 13th, 2019  
Wonderful rural scene!
July 13th, 2019  
Beautiful rural scene very similar to our fields here in Alberta
July 13th, 2019  
At least they are wrapped in plastics as here.
July 13th, 2019  
Lovely picture, I can almost smell the fresh mown hay.
July 13th, 2019  
Lovely country view. Beautiful capture.
July 13th, 2019  
Joy
Nice country scene, Fav
July 13th, 2019  
Wonderful! This is on my shot list! Fav.
July 13th, 2019  
Lovely rural capture
July 13th, 2019  
Fabulous capture...Fav
July 13th, 2019  
Excellent county side capture.
July 13th, 2019  
A beautiful harvest scene and capture. fav.
July 13th, 2019  
@olivetreeann Thanks for commenting. I really prefer the rolling hills look, some of the trees were on different little rises of hills. I'll have to try to park on the side of the road near my house and take photos of the pastures, so that the hills can stand out. I sometimes think that the hay bales look like shredded wheat cereal rolled into bales.
July 14th, 2019  
@kwind @bkbinthecity @yaorenliu @pattyblue @sangwann Thank you all so much for viewing and commenting.
July 14th, 2019  
@joylay Thank you so very much, Joy!
July 14th, 2019  
@edorreandresen Thank you very much, eDorre, it is appreciated. I missed taking a photo of one field, when I passed it the second time, the bales were gone. Luckily a place to pull off the road was nearby for this field.
July 14th, 2019  
@craftymeg @vernabeth Thank you both very much, it is appreciated.
July 14th, 2019  
@tonygig Thank you so very much, Tony! I appreciate it.
July 14th, 2019  
@pyrrhula Thank you very much, it is appreciated.
July 14th, 2019  
the bales of hay scattered on fields to dry is fascinating shot
July 14th, 2019  
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