The life of a farmer is a bit easier than it used to be Haggs, with all these dinky toys doing the work. But I agree, it can be a lovely time of the year if only it would stop blowing the remains of Hurricane Katia!
Thanks Steve. This was taken last year, and this year there has been no need for the farmers to nip in during the showers. We have had the driest August since 1976, and we're still waiting for rain!
Un grand merci Domi. Je suis ravi que vous aimez la photo.
ADOREI Muito completa sua foto, além desta paisagem maravilhosa!
Seja bem vinda!
This, and your latest addition really shows the difference between central European and Norwegian farming in a nutshell. Tough competition for our small farms.
Very beautiful shot ！！！ Like
Best greetings from China ！行者无路
very nice landscape - I like it
greetings from Poland – Marek :)
Great shot Amelia. There's something about the appearance of a harvested wheat field (or one that is being harvested). They always look so neat and tidy, with the bales scattered across the gently rolling hills...especially if you can catch the golden light. Like
Best wishes from Canada, Randy
Great shot Amelia. I like the combination of the strict geometrical shapes of the fields and the organic trees.
Hello Amelia, Great landscape!
Greetings, Tomas from Toronto
Muito obrigado por seu elogio mais tipo, Thiago Matujacki Kos…. Esta parte do Reino Unido é muito fértil.
Hello amelia wonderful photo of this rural scene of harvest , beautiful landscape, great composition , LIKE , best wishes Karin
Many thanks K@rin. This part of the UK is very fertile, and farming is one of the main 'industries'.
Warm wishes for a great weekend, Amelia
Thank you for entering this photo into the TTT, Amelia Royan! It is perfectly on topic-
Good luck in the Competition and please don't forget to vote when the time comes.
Greetings Pier Luigi (TTT moderator)
Many thanks for your welcome, Pier Luigi. I hope I have sorted things out now!
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