Photo by Salt Water New England

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

"Bale Like You Sail" and Other Stuff From the Farm

Photos by Salt Water New England
















 
"Bale like you sail..."

14 comments:

  1. Some of my favorite things: A farm (and old farm equipment), zinnias, and a black faced sheep!

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  2. I’m always surprised at how much further along your growing season is than ours in the Great Lakes. It will be August before I have zinnias, squash, etc.

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    1. I always have the same thoughts when I view these farm pictures. I'm in VA and my garden has begun to fizzle out. I think the extreme heat is slowing down production but my zinnias and cosmos are absolutely gorgeous this year.

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  3. What a treat to see-
    Thank you, thank you...thank you!

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  4. Beautiful still life, lettuce get some excellent depth of field, flowers saturated color, the list goes on....all the good just shows up. Thank you.

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  5. Just beautiful! Thank you so very much!

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  6. Agree with the above. Superlatively beautiful photos! Happy July 4th Holiday.

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    1. Happy Fourth of July !
      Remember
      For a safe 4th
      Don’t buy a 5th
      On the 3rd!

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    2. I have enjoyed this set of pictures but as is the case sometimes, I also appreciated a comment. I am not a wordsmith but I do appreciate how some people can use words - Superlatively beautiful photos! I’d love to use that description sometimes but I’d feel guilty of plagiarism.

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  7. The guy is just a master of all he does, isn't he? I'll bet his mom sure had her hands full. His stand-up tractor driving always makes me smile. Thank you for the great photos.

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  8. Very lovely. Especially love the flowers and the sheep!

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  9. Agree with above comments. Thank you.
    MaryAnne

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  10. Cheers to 1776!

    “Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and wedded to its liberty and interests by the most lasting bonds.”

    ― Thomas Jefferson

    https://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/let32.asp

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  11. Gorgeous! And the plants are beautiful, too! :-)

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