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Wishing you an enjoyable weekend, hugs.
Bossa n´Marley youtu.be/L906jvR6W28
It was a dreich day today but the rain held off long enough for me to snap this old hay rake close to my home.
Taken from SH69904045 looking north west
This place is right along the parkway a little north of Mabry Mill. I've never gotten out of the car before here nor found the place very interesting, but fog and colors change everything. I went down the bank and hopped around the rocks taking photos of the colorful tree and water over the spillway. I used 3 exposures to get everything like I wanted. This was an extremely productive outing especially for being unplanned, and glad I got to see some fall with the heavy weather coming tonight that is likely to blast away much of it.
Taken at twilight on Scotland`s most Southerly point. Had went to catch the last light of the day raking across the clifftops but got sidetracked on the way and ended up being too late so I stuck around until the lighthouse was on and the light faded a bit. Quite happy with this as a journey saved rather than wasted.
Overgrown by grass, I found an ld, abandoned hay rake in a field.
More from Hopewell here -https://www.flickr.com/photos/31714338@N07/sets/72157629723369032/
This is a dump rake, used for making hay. The horses would pull it until the rake was full of grass, then the driver of the horses would lift it to "dump" the hay. The goal was to have all the dumps lined up in a straight line, so when they picked it up it was easy.
Old hay rake. I took this picture at Norskedalen. See the link for more info:
I know I should rake but it just seems easier to run the mower and collect leaves with the bag.
Looking at Buckden Rake from near Scar House. A tricky shot into the sun, but with some hard work in the processing I think it has come off.
It is officially cold here and it is time to rake up the leaves.
Got a brief run in explore getting to #474
A tractor rakes grass to speed up the lifting operation.
Longmont, Colorado. It's hay harvest time and these things are used to accumulate hay into rows (windrows) so that it can be baled by another machine.
Reminds me of Spinning Wheel by Blood, Sweat, and Tears:
"What goes up must come down
Spinnin' wheel got to go 'round
Talkin' 'bout your troubles it's a cryin' sin
Ride a painted pony let the spinnin' wheel spin
You got no money and you got no home
Spinnin' wheel all alone
Talkin' 'bout your troubles and you, you never learn
Ride a painted pony let the spinnin' wheel turn
Did you find the directing sign on the
Straight and narrow highway
Would you mind a reflecting sign
Just let it shine within your mind
And show you the colors that are real
Someone is waiting just for you
You need one of these around here about this time of year, although most of the leaves are now down. I think by tomorrow I might be done with leaf raking for this year.
I'm raking in the rain
Just rakin' in the rain
What a glorious feeling
I'm happy again
MGS based WAG-7 loco - 28286 rests at Jhajha outer with another BCNA freight rake coupled to it !!