Sunday, November 29, 2009

Polka Dot Farm


I think this is the place where polka dots are grown. They are harvested at this stage when they are at their largest. Next they are died various color, sliced and reduced to more usable sizes and sold to various manufactures. At least that is what I think.  What do you think?

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9 comments:

Gaelyn said...

I'd like to visit a polka dot farm, and see the rest of the process too. Very cute. ;-)

Salitype said...

oh! so that's how these polka dots come into existence...love to be on that place, looks serene!

Woodswalker said...

Beautiful photo! Your humorous commentary was much enjoyed. Thanks.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

What will they think of next? A far cry from haystacks! But it does make an interesting visual document of the modern ways to make polka dots!

awarewriter said...

Polka dots indeed. More like poking your tongue in cheek. This is a nice photo commentary. Well done in B&W.

michael bird said...

Very nice, Squirrel. Loved the photo and your imaginative commentary.

Wanda said...

I think you could be right, after all I learned a few things from your informative slime mold post.

Anonymous said...

Truly a NeoLuddite's response to the dot coms!

:> P-Nut

Carolyn Ford said...

Very cute title and so appropriate. Beautiful contrasts and perfect for black and white!