It was two weeks ago, the Saturday before Christmas when we decided to go for a drive and have lunch down near Eugenia. It was one of those bright sunny winter days when you needed to take advantage of the sun just to get out. And back then we had snow, unlike now!
farm website which will give you a taste of farming here.
I'm experimenting with a new camera, a 'mirrorless' Canon which was a little expensive but light enough for me to manage with one hand. I still don't have the trunk strength to lift up a heavier camera with both hands and stay stable. All of these photos were taken from the passenger seat in our moving van. I find that anything too close to the road ends up blurry, but aiming at a structure like a barn 200 yards away seems to work fine - hence these photos. The lighting, although providing harsh contrast, is very realistic for a bright sunny winter's day.
I haven't linked to Tom's Barn Collective since before my fateful surgery nearly two years ago, but it seems appropriate to do so today.