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This looks very unique, i.e. the hay rolls. From the first glance, it seems quite a solid hard roller there.
Looks like a field in the midst of mountains. I love the black and white effect, makes it look ancient
Very artistic picture, I love pictures from scenes of real life.
Why was the bale left in a field like this. Well, from photography angle it is looking cool to the eyes.
This photo seems quite unsettling to me. I don’t know why. Maybe it’s because of the monotone colors or the atmosphere itself. Only hay bales and no one at sight.
Hay rolls. Never seen it before in my country.
Wow, how was this done? It must take some sought of expertise to roll hay bales. Very nice I must say.
We do not have this on the city but on the the rural areas in the mountains I guess there is some it is rare though.
Here in my country, I haven’t seen an hay like this, this is huge. Lovely concept man, really looks inviting
nice approach to make this type of hey bales as it become easy to transport it.
Very round and very cylinder like. Great landscape photo and love the black and white.
This reminds me of the phrase ‘Make hay while the sun shines’. Amazing shot as usual Tom.
This is such an expansive field! Some serious farming must be going on here.
This entire place just looks so serene. Nothing beats the countryside!
That’s enough hay to last a year. Very impressive I have to admit.
I just like everything about this photo. I is very artistic.
The hills in the background are breathtaking. I wish I could visit this place.
I think the black and white was perfect for this. I love the sense of nostalgia it brings.
We have a ranch just like this in the countryside. Although it isnâ€™t as pleasant looking haha.
How did they manage to roll the hay? I bet some kind of machine was used.
Staying at a place like this would make me the happiest person ever. The sense of calm and peace is amazing.
Can these be used as animal feed? If so I bet whoever owns this farm has a lot of livestock.
They look like huge neatly rolled up marshmallows on the field. I wonder how long the farmers took when they had to do this chore.
Apparently in this field, they grow too much hay for animals, this photo really served as a reference for me because I really did not know about this grass.
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