Sunday my rambling genes took over and I left the house in early morning. I took the camera, not knowing where I was going or what I was looking for. It wasn’t a pretty day; the skies were grey with low hanging clouds. Not even interesting low hanging clouds. Rain threatened.
As usual when my heart is tugging me toward the road I headed north for awhile. After an hour or so I knew I was in farm country and headed west on a smaller highway. I saw the soybean fields were turning yellow and then I knew what I’d be looking for.
You guessed it.
Barns in fields of yellow soybeans. (Make sure you click on the photos to get all the detail.)
Along the way I also saw other stuff, some of which I even stopped to photograph. Those will have to be displayed in future blogs. Because this one is about barns and yellow soybean fields.
Of course some of the best photos I have only in my mind as there was nowhere to stop. I was usually out on a freeway thinking “DARN! There’s another great shot!” But when I got off the freeway and meandered down dirt roads I found plenty of picturesque stuff.
Yep. It’s another barn in a soybean field. Pretty, isn’t it!
Obviously I thought so.