Sunday, October 12, 2008

Distant Farm


Fall is in full and glorious swing right now in Central New York. I went out for a drive one afternoon and saw this scene from up on one of the hills around town. The wind was blowing, it was warm (Indian Summer has come in) and the colors were popping. For me the colors, tree at the intersection of the fields, the distant farm and the s curve of the road help pull this image together. I will have to come back here again when it snows.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by for the series on my town (Cortland, NY). I will post more from time to time.

2 comments:

Anita Jesse said...

What a stunning sight. So much to drink in. This view merits a long term study. There are so many elements to be enjoyed. Wouldn't it be fascinating to photograph from that same vantage point several times throughout the year for a photo essay on this place? I would love to see it "dressed" for each passing season.

Beau A.C. Harbin said...

I think that is a great idea. I'll try to keep that in mind. Luckily it is only minutes from my house. Thanks.