When I got to the field I was originally eying up for this, all the hay bales were gone. Luckily there was another one close by, with bales. I wanted to include more bales in the shot, but I didn’t want to push my luck, so I stayed in the corner and only used the 9 that you see here. (I didn’t have permission to be in this field, but I wasn’t causing any trouble as far as I could tell) No harm, no foul? At least that’s what I like to think.I “painted” each hay bale with my “light canon” a very powerful flash light. I love that thing! The only downfall is that the battery doesn’t last long. I wish I got a few of them when they were on sale for $20. Perhaps I can replace the battery with a better one.

When I got to the field I was originally eying up for this, all the hay bales were gone. Luckily there was another one close by, with bales. I wanted to include more bales in the shot, but I didn’t want to push my luck, so I stayed in the corner and only used the 9 that you see here. (I didn’t have permission to be in this field, but I wasn’t causing any trouble as far as I could tell) No harm, no foul? At least that’s what I like to think.
I “painted” each hay bale with my “light canon” a very powerful flash light. I love that thing! The only downfall is that the battery doesn’t last long. I wish I got a few of them when they were on sale for $20. Perhaps I can replace the battery with a better one.