Hay Bales

Sometimes I don’t mind a bit of lens flare… today I was kinda’ feeling the burn (so to speak). Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

Hans: “Ya, once again I am Hans…”

Franz: “And I am Franz…”

Hans & Franz: “And we just want to pump *clap* you up!”

Hans: “Alright, you know, we’ve been on sabbatical the last four months . That’s right.”

Franz: “Ya.”

Hans: “Some 300 scientists from 23 countries made an exhaustive study of our bodies to try to find out if we were real.”

Franz: “Ya, that’s right. Could 2 men be this perfect? Is it genetically possible? Answer? Ya.”

Dana Carvey & Kevin Nealon – Saturday Night Live

About this image: Holga/35mm film scan – moderately modified

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49 thoughts on “Hay Bales

    • A lot of times I’m not too thrilled about unexpectedly finding it in a shot… and even more often I’ll try to create some and find I’m not too happy with it, either. I think it works here, though. Maybe.
      🙂

    • I know you would come up with some amazing photos! It’s the worst when you have a great idea in mind and you can’t get an opportunity to work with them (happens to me all the time… happened again yesterday, too)!
      🙂

  1. This just makes me sigh… but in a relaxed summer way. Lovely. I feel like I need to be sitting on a porch drinking some southern sweet tea!

    • Thanks very much, sir – I really appreciate that!

      I like it quite a bit. Sometimes it’s nice to really simplify things (there aren’t many ‘settings’ to worry about with a Holga).
      Mine’s a 35mm, but I do kinda’ wish I had a medium format box (because then I could go m.f. or use 35mm and expose the neg. all the way through its sprocket holes, which can be an interesting effect, I think).
      🙂

  2. Hey…great hay shot! It’s a familiar sight around these parts! I remember back in the olden days when they had the smaller rectanglar bales 😀 I love the Yahtzee shot below!!!

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