Monday, September 3, 2018

Make Hay While The Sun Shines




It's hay-baling time in Tennessee.
The sweet aroma of newly cut grasses float across gentle breezes.
Becoming fodder for the beasts on cold winter days.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

13 comments:

donna baker said...

Looks like a good day Jo.

marlane said...

The countryside around you looks like England !! A lot different than here in Southern Cal I am envious.

DJan said...

Why am I suddenly hungry for shredded wheat? :-)

local alien said...

Beautiful country. Love the way they roll the hay. Reminds me of hay time in NZ, except there were only bales back in the olden days

Karen Ann said...

Absolutely beautiful countryside!

Janice Kay Schaub said...

reminds me of the old shredded wheat (not the mini ones) and the donkeys are beautiful
Hugs Janice

Janneke said...

Beautiful photo of the hay bales and I love those donkeys and the clouds.....

ann said...

It's so pretty there! We've cut and baled our little 2 acres of hay for the horses. Small bales and for a short while the air is scented and the pasture looks groomed and pretty. Your photos are magazine perfect and beautiful.

Kathy said...

Beautiful pictures as always. Although I love the smell of hay, it always makes me sneeze. Bad allergies.

Maristela Guilherme said...

Que lugar lindo!
Encantador.
Fotos belĂ­ssimas.

Susie said...

Jo, I love all your photos. I think the aroma of fresh hay smells good. Great shot of the clouds. :):) Blessings, xoxo, Susie

L. D. said...

I have seen this post but didn’t comment I guess. I really like the donkeys at the bottom of you blog. Our Queen’s Lace is just now starting to unfold and some out.

Carol Henstra said...

Those clouds are beautiful indeed.
Farmlands too.

Love your variety of your favourites.


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