The brilliance of the morning made these farm buildings stand out, even from a distance.
See you on the highway.
All across the countryside are monuments to an agricultural industry and lifestyle. For many small towns, the grain elevator was a center of activity, a gathering place for farmers to bring their grain and socialize with others.
Although most of these grain elevators are still in use, they look old and show signs of deterioration, for they are not large enough for today’s big agribusinesses.
Roaming around the countryside and visiting a farm or two can reveal a lot of potential for fine art images. Old tractors are great. Old tractors that look new again are fascinating.
While on the Barn Quilt Tour, I spotted this pristine Farmall tractor.
Yes. It runs. And, it proves there is more out there on the farm than John Deere.