Nothing quite like fresh vegetables right from the farm. These two photographs were taken at a farm right here in Central Massachusetts. New England is no stranger to farming and farms. I couldn't get over how colorful these green peppers and the orange baskets were. The peppers looked so good I could eat them like an apple. Orchards and farms are always so welcoming and beautiful. Peaceful once you get out beyond the crowds and into the orchard trees or the rows of crops. Sometimes all we need is a little time to wander in our own minds or sit and watch the beautiful surroundings while recharging.
If you have never been to the Wayside Inn Old Grist Mill in Sudbury, Massachusetts... you really need to check it out. It's one of those historical New England landmarks that looks so awesome during any season. Winter and autumn are my favorite times to visit though. The Grist Mill Pond up above the Grist Mill is also very picturesque. Snap some photos, bring a picnic, read a book... whatever you like to do you can do it there and it is peaceful. The Wayside Inn property of course has a lot of history attached to it. The Wayside Inn is the oldest operating American inn, since 1716 to be exact.
I don't really gravitate towards any particular tractor brand... I just like them all. If I had to pick a few that I like the most... well maybe Farmall, John Deere, Oliver, and Ford, just to name a few. Tractors are great because they tend to be very photogenic. They have so many parts to them which can become almost like abstract photographs when you get closer in proximity to a tractor. Pair them with a barn or farmland and all the sudden you have a rustic landscape that is beautiful and/or tells a story. #tractors #countrylife #farmart #barns #farmhouse
Thought I would try something a bit different and combine an American Flag photo with my Farmall tractor photograph.
Some thoughts about photography and life in general...