Hay there!

Harvest time is here —

I love the patterns created by the hay bales.

A first splash of red

Holds the promise of autumn.

The woods are teeming

With blueberries, lingonberries and chanterelles.

As always, Ruby is Queen of the Hay Bales

And reminds us always to be outstanding in our field

(Or walk of life).

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63 thoughts on “Hay there!

  1. Fiona, each and everyone of these images are GLORIOUS! That first one of the bales of hay looks like spools of thread!

    Love the second shot of the tree starting to turn 🙂 We are now moving into my FAVORITE season of all AUTUMN!!!

    Ruby is such a beautiful dog!

    Thanks so much for sharing the beauty, my friend.

    Happy First Day of Fall!!!


  2. Hello, pretty rural hay scene, the patterns are cool. Ruby is beautiful. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!


  3. Lady Fi – when I look at the first picture of the hay bales, I can almost imagine that the ones at a distance are bobbins of thread! Such a stunning photo! Outdone only by the picture with Ruby!


  4. All are wonderful photographs – Ruby definitely is Queen of the Hay Bales 🙂

    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan


  5. She is definitely Queen of the Hay! I don’t know why I never thought of Sweden having farm country. Stupid of me … I must travel more (or perhaps read more, but that is not quitevas much fun,).


  6. A beautiful sight of European bay hales. Rolled with nice form and symmetry. Driving through the countryside here in the US, most are square bay hales. Boring. I want sexy bay hales. I’m a dog lover too and wish they can live to 20 years old the max. I’m not asking too much, right?


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