José Bovét and his clan are tramping a crop of ONG and creating a right dust storm in the process.Welcome back Betty - don't get too close!
If I had to guess, I would say that over that hill, a field was being plowed or raked or tilled in some way and the red is from the dust of erosion. Of course, only where I come from in the southern part of the USA has that red dirt, so that's likely a "local" explanation for a foreign phenomenon.I'm looking forward to finding out the truth!Meilleurs vœux!
Is a tractor working and stirring up red dust???
Technically, nobody is exactly right yet, although a few of you are close...
Just found your post from "runaroundparis"...I'm a farmers daughter from the midwest US and SHOULD be able to identify this "dust". . .let's see...maybe I'll just stay tuned.
Planting? the red dust is the stuff they use to treat the seeds? Dang, I'm a farm wife...I should be doing better than this
Looks like a truckload of powdered cinnamon turned over. Must have smelled nice! ;)
Scents of love. I know this is right, i grew up on a farm...love it is. ;)
Is it pollen from the flowers being lifted up by the wind?Whatever it is, neat picture!
I agree - it's probably pollen, right? Nice photo though.
Okay, a lot of you are partially right.A tractor WAS working in the field but the dirt was blown up by a mini-windstorm that came through behind where the tractor had been sowing. So basically it was red earth blown up by the wind.Thanks for all the guesses!
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