Jul 26, 2009

Irrigation Rig



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19 comments:

Elizabeth said...

So lovely.
We lived for many years in Huntington and often used to visit the North Fork.
Love your flower pictures.

The Explorer said...

Hey, its nice to see you again in my site. I really appreciate the short visit.

By the way, I am curious, what's on the photo? I am not familiar. But the shadow is soooo cool...c",)

Leora said...

Wild. What a shadow. Looks surreal.

mkreider said...

Hi Explorer... it's a movable industrial sized water sprinkler. It's on a sod farm so it will be watering the grass soon.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Such an interesting shadow -and such a lovely header - what would it be like to live in that house in that glorious position. Love your blog.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Nice one too!

MzzLily said...

I'm kinda partial to farm pics. Nice shot.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I see those things around here in the south. At one time I had to ask my husband what they were.

Great picture, Mark.
Betsy

MonikaRose said...

Great shot, love the play of the shadows, thanks for visiting.. :)cya Monikarose

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Oh I like that. Great use of something commonplace. I've seen tons of those and never thought that any part of them was worth a picture.

Rose said...

Great shot...I have always wanted to be there when they are turned on, and the sun at the right angle to capture the rainbows created. I have seen it, but not with camera in hand.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great shot, that is an interesting shadow. They are everywhere in our area but I had never noticed that cool shadow before.

Augenblicke und Wortgeschenke said...

Today I visited your blog and then -wohw!!Beautiful shots.
Visit me again look at a few shots of Munich. ;-)greetings Manuela from Bavaria

Cloudia said...

Excellent shot!

You can see me in my kayak on Monday's post ;-)

Aloha, "other" island

Comfort Spiral

Avril said...

Interesting photo! Love your flower shots in previous post.
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James said...

Very cool and shot very well.

Mo said...

A superb picture.

Kirigalpoththa said...

First time I'm seeing something of this nature.

Great shot!

Bill said...

Great blog, great photos. Thanks for visiting my blog. Cheers from Australia