Hay
Bales

Hay
Bales

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Hay Bales #27, 2016Hay Bales #26, 2016Hay Bales #25, 2016Hay Bales #24, 2016Hay Bales #23, 2016Hay Bales #21, 2016Hay Bales #20, 2015Hay Bales #19, 2015Hay Bales #18, 2015Hay Bales #17, 2015Hay Bales #16, 2014Hay Bales #15, 2014Hay Bales #14, 2014Hay Bales #13, 2014Hay Bales #12, 2013Hay Bales #11, 2013Hay Bales #10, 2013Hay Bales #9, 2013Hay Bales #7, 2012Hay Bales #4, 2004Hay Bales #5, 2004Hay Bales #8, 2012Hay Bales #6, 2012Hay Bales #2, 2003

Visually, I like the shapes of the bales and their placement within the landscape. What interests me is how grass changes its shape, form and use throughout its cycle. I enjoy interacting with the bales, literally running around the fields amongst these temporary sculptures which will most likely be all but a memory the following day.

*Dark and deep in the country side, during the exposure of one of my first Hay Bales attempts, a police car stopped along the field I was in and someone yelled out, “Is that you, Brian?” I replied back “No, it’s Chris.” he replied “oh…ok”…and then he just drove off.  Another time while i was running around a salt marsh in waders at night, someone called the police thinking I was “jacking deer.”  I don’t think the police had seen me, but I pretty much always I look suspicious, in this case, I was running toward the camera, before the cops headlights ruined my long exposure.  Just got it in time.  It was all good.