Yoder Heritage Day is a festival that takes place in Yoder, Kansas annually. It has been said it was begun by the local Amish because they weren’t allowed to go to the fair. Many events took place, including a parade, two tractor pulls (one pedal for children, another by antique tractors), two cowboy poets, a [...]
Monthly Archive for August, 2006
Did I oversaturate this image? Yes. Do I like it anyway? You bet. Do you?
This is the seedhouse. I spend most of my time in here.
Wheat, wheat, and more wheat…
These next two don’t exactly go with the title. They were taken on the same evening within five minutes of each other, so I’m going to make them go together.
This was taken at Miller Seed Farms, from the roof of the “seed house” through the railing of a catwalk that led to numerous grain bins.
This one was taken from the road. I used a tripod to get a 2.5s exposure with 10.0f at ISO 100.