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The hot gold hush of noon


"The sapphire-misted mountains, the hot gold hush of noon"

I adore this country west of the Blue Mountains but even more I love the beatiful sapphire-misted mountains of home. We get there tomorrow.

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  1. This looks like the south of Portugal, the Atentejo, on summertime.

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  2. Is that a cemetery?

    Great perspective ...

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  3. I guess you are referring to the things lined up in the distance ... they are hay bales. There's haymaking going on everywhere at this time of year.

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  4. We don't have oblong hay bales that much anymore, they're usually rolled up into enormous "jelly rolls". The oblong bales are more for decorative purposes during the fall. It's a beautiful meadow.

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