where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 3, 2015 § 30 Comments
each bale contains
a cycle of seasons
the circle of life
Tagged: barn, circle, circle of life, cycle, grass, harvest, hay, hay bale, macro, round, seasons, shadow
Love the hay roll.
well, this is just perfect.
Perfect: Glad you included the shadow.
Liked, picture and words
Food for the winter so spring can come again. 🙂
I had an aunt, born and raised in the middle of Chicago, who was convinced from her first sight of these that they were the source for shredded wheat biscuit cereal. 🙂
Yes, yes! From that round shape comes everything good—milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream.
I love the thought and the picture.
Nice! Like summer suspended in a time capsule.
Love the tidy, vital bales I have seen across the country, and this one, too. In Oregon there are often neat, tall stacks.
I will miss seeing these……
Like that – circle of life!
I, too, love the “circle of life” metaphor.
Beautiful imagery and words.
Yet another thoughtful and beautiful image.
indeed, beautifully worded Seedbud
Too true! 😉 Long may the cows savour the taste of last summer! 🙂
Nicely captured. It amazes me how tightly they get the bales.
See these quite often in the field around Windsor, they are quite amazing!
I like it. simple yet fulfilling.
Thanks for liking mine.
That is a beautiful thought!
I love it! I shall think of this every time I see local farmers baling hay.
love dabbling in nature. Thanks for liking too.
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