I love getting glimpses into all my blogging friends’ worlds. To me, it doesn’t matter if they are great shots or just a camera phone shot snapped through a dirty windshield from on the road. I like seeing what all of you see. So this week, I’ve decided to use Cee’s photo challenges to show you some of the sights I see on one of my regular routes. (Also, I apparently can’t read directions and I had photos of five things, not more than five, as this week’s theme clearly states! 🙂 )
The above photo is of a hayfield that I drive by on my way into Snohomish. I’m not sure when hay farmers started wrapping their hay bales in white plastic (I don’t remember seeing this when I was growing up) but it always cracks me up when I see it because it makes the hay bales look like huge marshmallows.
I hesitated to use this photo because it’s not very sharp but my eyesight isn’t great anymore so this is how I see it!
This shot is of the same field but looking toward the airport. The dark strip above the “marshmallows” is Airport Road and it’s one of my favorite roads to drive on because airplanes fly right over the road before hitting the landing strip on the other side of it. I wish it were a road that was safe to walk on, not only because I enjoy watching the planes, but because I want to see how the marshmallows are made. They’re so huge and so perfectly wrapped. It must take some heavy-duty machinery to make that happen!
Linking to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.