God's Signature...Caldwell, Idaho by trueblvr

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this is actually a picture taken before all of their hay (400tons alfalfa)WENT UP to spontaneous combustion. They lost it all, but that’s the extent of it..cattle and all other out buildings are ok



farms, ranches, dairy, country, nature, sunsets, clouds

Hi, Di here…(Diane)
I love photography…. am a 65 yr young kid (2013) and shooting at almost everything. Seeing the mundane with new eyes and heart. I am totally enjoying the Bubble and the amazing talent here. Please look if you please, and would love to read your comments and any new ideas.

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  • newbeltane
    newbeltanealmost 2 years ago

    Sorry to hear that but glad they are ok. Love the image as well btw!

  • Yes…thank you for stopping by and commenting. It’s strange to look out from my porch and seeing just an empty building…It is actually a dairy farm and all of the cattle were fine…Di

    – trueblvr

  • CanyonWind

    – trueblvr

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 2 years ago

    WONDERFUL capture Di

  • Thank you very much Larry !!!

    – trueblvr

  • lynn carter
    lynn carteralmost 2 years ago

    Sad about losing the hay, so pleased the animals and building are okay, xx

  • I have no idea how much it came to in money but it had to be a huge chunk….we just grow cars out here, cheaper to raise up

    – trueblvr

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenalmost 2 years ago

    Lovely shot Di.

  • Thanks for stopping by Warren…nice to hear from you…Di

    – trueblvr

  • Samohsong
    Samohsongalmost 2 years ago

    Very beautiful Di! Love the image and glad to see you are featured…..I never understood how barns could catch on fire until my mother told me to stick my hand deep into her compost pile and it was actually hot . The growth and decaying process can heat upwards to 140-150 degrees. Once hay heats beyond this point, chemical reactions take over and can increase temperatures to the point of spontaneous combustion. I then understood why the farmers cut the hay on hot days and let it dry properly before bailing it. Enjoy your day my friend. ~Sam

  • Isn’t that crazy? the gal that I help out by watching her kids got that lesson shown to her by me. Over the weekend…a few weeks. back…her father in law came over and mowed her yard for her..and of course the mowed grass went into a rolling garbage can and right back into the garage. I moved the can out to the side of the garage and she was shown by me when she got home. More people need to know these things. Unfortunately she had to put the can back into her garage….the people in charge of the little housing area dont allow the cans to be outside except for on the day that the trash collectors come..then the cans must be put back into the garages that night…

    – trueblvr

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1almost 2 years ago

    Gorgeous sky – what a terrible loss – they must have stored it when it was still damp

  • Thanks Shulie…this is just one of those times of looking out my small living room window and whoa, grab the camera….got this shot from the front deck..lucky me….

    – trueblvr

  • marilyn diaz
    marilyn diazalmost 2 years ago


  • Albert
    Albertalmost 2 years ago

    Sorry to hear that but glad they are ok. Love the image as well btw!

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