Hi there - this is not a completely new image. I took a (very large) number of pictures in this hay field over a year ago - I've posted a few of the before, but not this one.
I liked the series of images when I took them and nothing has changed in that regard.
I thought that the busy Christmas weeks were over - which shows how much I know!
So, this is a post and run!
Hope you have a good week.
You can find more skies at Sky Watch Friday.
Enjoy the pictures.
I love this scene, just beautiful! Lovely shot, Stewart. Happy Skywatching!ReplyDelete
that is indeed a very pretty snapshot Stewart; farmers bountyReplyDelete
it is beautiful. and perfect. thank you.ReplyDelete
A great scene indeed and lovely skies as well, Stewart! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I saw a lot of scenes like this while touring the midwest. You'd not know the difference being a half a world away.ReplyDelete
Oh, this is really lovely.ReplyDelete
That is one gorgeous photo!ReplyDelete
It's a great rural Australia capture Stewart ... The touch of yellow in the fore-ground against the hay-roll is just perfect.ReplyDelete
Love how the clouds seem to impose on this rural scene! Great drama!ReplyDelete
Great composition, Stewart!ReplyDelete
Your post is perfect for SkyWatch!
Beautiful country shot.ReplyDelete
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Gorgeous sky -- lovely day....I can just bet you guys are busy this time of year; tis the season when your kids are young like yours are!ReplyDelete
Lovely shot. Hay bales can be so photogenic!ReplyDelete
Great shot Stewart!Beautiful scene!!Have a lovely weekend!ReplyDelete
That's a brilliant photo Stewart.ReplyDelete
I like the hay-in-the-field image, especially the yellow flowers. It transports me to a more colorful season that what we're seeing now. You are not the only one "posting and running!"ReplyDelete
That is just beautiful! I love the look of hay in the fields.ReplyDelete
Oh, wow, I can see why you love this series. Simply beautiful. Slow down and enjoy the season if you can!ReplyDelete
Love this! Round bales in the field are a comment sight in the summer here. Do you know what the yellow flowers are? I don't seem to recognize them...ReplyDelete
such a lovely vast view Stewart.ReplyDelete
Yes, I concur with the comments previously made - a delightful capture. Thanks for sharing and wishing you a happy weekend.ReplyDelete
What a lovely image. It's the kind of scene that would have inspired Van Gogh.ReplyDelete
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Wonderful capture! :DReplyDelete
I wish there was a bit more blue sky in that frame to add more colour n drama.
I enjoyed the link that you shared with me and I'm so thankful for that. Thank you Stewart.
Wow, that's gorgeous, Stewart!ReplyDelete
this is beautiful, great composition.ReplyDelete
Its an amazing capture!! So many colors and elements in it!!ReplyDelete
Oh it's Lovely Stewart..... and reminds me of a scene I would see here :)ReplyDelete