Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Wordless Wednesday


22 comments:

Betsy Brock said...

That's so beautiful...it looks like a painting!

hey, I'm looking for Mildred from Blackberry Lane. Doesn't she comment on your blog, too? I haven't been able to pull up her blog.

Betsy Brock said...
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Betsy Brock said...

sorry...it did a double posting!

Stephanie said...

Oh how pretty! Are those bee hives?

Hugs to you!

Mari said...

Those are crates of onions - all ready to go to the distributor! I used to work in those fields. When I worked there it was all celery, now it's onions in some fields, celery in others.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

...at first I thought they were bee hives but then enlarged it and it looks like crates for shipping of some kind from this area?

Pretty Fall foliage.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

ps...I read just now, they're crates of onions. Cool.

Sola Scriptura said...

That is a lot of onions! What a great picture.

Terri D said...

My first thought was also bees...

Your photo looks like a painting. The colors are amazing. Just lovely.

Linda E said...

I thought bee hives too, but saw where you said they were crates of onions. Pretty scene! Have a good Wednesday.

LuAnn said...

very pretty Mari Oh things I could do with one of those grates :)

Beth said...

Lovely rural setting.

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

So very pretty! Your pictures are always so beautiful!

ancient one said...

I thought bee hives at first.. then enlarged your pic and thought it was potatoes... so wrong LOL I love onions!

Patsy said...

The engagement pictures are wonderful!

Amy at love made my home said...

I thought they were beehives at first too! It is funny how things can look like something else at a first glance isn't it! xx

Simply Linda said...

Really...onions??? How interesting! Great photo! Blessings

Nancy said...

Yup, whenever the crates come out, it means its fall!!!

Michelle F said...

What a lovely picture!

Jennifer said...

I'm glad I read the comments; I thought they were beehives too. So interesting to know they're onions. I wonder how the celery farm is doing lately.

Jenny said...

I thought it was bees too, hahaaha. Onions ... who knew??? Charming scene as usual. xoxo

Sue O said...

I love this.