Happy Monday and the start of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Generally spent with family and friends without all the stress of buying stuff and hoping people like your gifts. Just lots of food, fellowship, football and naps. 🙂
I went out yesterday on the hopes that the shooting would be better than Saturday. There were clouds in the sky all be they gray and dark but slivers of sunshine from time to time and a hint now and again of blue skies. Alas the blue never really dominated and it was pretty much gray skies all day.
The first image caught my eye as I was driving out of Centraila. I had to turn around a couple of times and finally found an equipment entrance about 1/8th of a mile from the field. Some of the crop was already harvested but there was still a fair amount left to pick.
The above image I pulled in the recreational area by the industrial park to check my camera settings (not a good thing to do while driving.) Anyway I saw this guy walking around the pond and I imagined it would make a nice image in black and white.
I had just photographed the corn wagons when I went around a corner and saw these tanks. I stopped in the middle of the road and snapped a couple of quick shots. I like the way the shapes of the cylinders contrast with the cloudy sky and barren field.
Well that’s it for today. I hope you enjoy you Monday. If you’re traveling this Thanksgiving Holiday, do be careful. Thank you for stopping by.