Outdoor Photography: 27 Hay Bales Just for Fun


Getting out into the country is always a great opportunity for a photographer. When you find a field full of hay bales, it's also a great time to pull over and grab some shots. We think this collection is fun and will have you packing up the car for a country drive.


Hay by {CP}, on Flickr


Hay Hay Holga 2 by absolutman, on Flickr


Hay by Raoul Pop, on Flickr


Hay ! by ISP ©, on Flickr


Hay Bails by xsphotos, on Flickr


Hay Bales by Dunmore Studio, on Flickr


Hay_Bales by David_McD (Back soon), on Flickr


Make Hay by acampm1, on Flickr


Hay Bails by MelRick, on Flickr


Hay Field (Sicily – Sicilia) by Angelo Bosco, on Flickr


Hay Rolls by mikepetry, on Flickr


Hay Bales by butephoto, on Flickr


HAY! by Extra Medium, on Flickr


Hay Bale by surfgatinho, on Flickr


Hay Bales & Mountains by jjboyd83, on Flickr


Hay Bales – Baker's Dozen! by ewenhwatt, on Flickr


hay by Thelma Gunnarsdottir, on Flickr


Hay Field – Jersey, Channel Islands by jerseyimage, on Flickr

rice field under white sky at daytime
Photo by Peter Kleinau
closeup photo of hay bale
Photo by Lucas Gallone
green grass field under sunrise
Photo by Annie Spratt
brown grass field under blue sky during daytime
Photo by Clément Rémond
brown grass field
Photo by K. Mitch Hodge
white and black cat on brown hay
Photo by Jas Min
Photo by Vitaliy Zamedyanskiy
brown grass field during daytime
Photo by Jorge Sánchez

About Author

Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography started as a child with a Kodak Instamatic and pushed him into building this fantastic place all these years later, and you can get to know him better here.
Rob's Gear
Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8

here’s my hay bales picture!

i hope you like it. it was taken up in alberta, canada–my first time in the land of the north.

Fab pictures…of my favourite subject. There’s just something about an undulating field, filled with round hay bales and a low sun casting shadows….my next project I think!

Such a necessary and mundane object that is yet so beautiful and moving. I pass some all the time and think what great shots they would make, here it is proven!

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