Close to Home
Just uploaded a new image. It's pretty straightforward - a small warehouse used for agricultural tool standing in the middle of the field. This warehouse, although being a warehouse, reminded me of a small house in the middle of the field. I liked how the different texture and colors of the furrows and crops combine together to meet at the house. The time is late afternoon, hence the red glow on the furrows.
It's funny how sometimes you find images you like close to home. This one was taken 5 minutes away from my parents house, yet only yesterday, after years living near it, I have noticed it. Took 3 times to take this image as I wanted it: on the first I forgot the battery at home (sh*t happens...), on the second I got there too late for the red glow to appear, and on the third I finally succeeded - took about 10 minutes.
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