Yard Art In Farm Country (#362)

They look so real….at first glance!


Two Farmers Surveying The Land?

                 Two Farmers Surveying The Land?


Symbols of Hard-working Farm Hands

                     Symbols of Hard-working Field Hands


From Highway 68, he looks real.  Up close, he's so one-dimensional

From Highway 68, he looks real. Up close, he’s so one-dimensional


Bigger than life-size Farmer with Lettuce

Larger than life-size Farmer with Home Grown Lettuce


Throughout this farm country in central California, these field displays are tributes to the hard-working farmers and field workers who work diligently to put food on our tables.

Ever Grateful ~ Annie

The Farm An Organic Farm In Salinas

The Farm
An Organic Farm In Salinas

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16 Responses to Yard Art In Farm Country (#362)

  1. Sher says:

    They are great. Wow, you learn something new all the time. Never knew anything like that existed. Love the pictures. Thanks

  2. Connie T says:

    They painted those so good. Nice pictures.

  3. Leya says:

    At first I really thought those two were real – fun!

  4. Lucy David says:

    What a great idea. I live in a huge farmland community and this would be great to do. Thanks for sharing.

  5. These are great, Annie, thanks for sharing them. We saw some examples of the same kind of art depicting policemen, placed strategically at the side of the road. Even though people knew they were just cut-outs, psychologically, their presence brought down the speeding!
    Our traffic safety group is seriously considering making few to put around our village!

  6. Patti Kuche says:

    Such hard work out there and good to see they are getting their place in the sun!

  7. Edge of Chic says:

    I was entirely fooled! I never would’ve guessed that the two farmers in the first pic are cutouts.

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