There’s something about a local farm that I just love. Photo opportunities typically abound, regardless of season, and I’m fortunate to have several very close by. This particular farm is usually overrun with people leaving limited opportunity to get pure shots of the scenery, equipment, etc. A foggy and cold early winter morning is a whole different story, however, and if I had had enough time the other day, I could’ve shot every inch of the farm without any evidence of human existence.
Nikon D90, Nikkor 18-70, f/10, 31mm, 1/100th second