Thursday, July 2, 2015

Haying


I helped with haying this year as part of the work on the property where I live. We had an amazing hot dry stretch of 12 days in a row that let all the hay get baled and put in in beautiful condition. And then a huge downpour about an hour after the last bales came out of the field. It was so nice to watch the lightning, wind, and rain and know the hay was done.

































4 comments:

  1. I stumbled upon your blog looking for someone else--You're a great photographer and live in one of the enchanted places on earth! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Hi Ariel, just found this blog via your tiny house blog. You are a great photographer and you capture the beauty of your land so well! My late father was a photgrapher too ( he did his all before the day of digital cameras and even had a dark-room in our house!) and he would have loved youir work. Good luck with your tiny house!

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