A February photo, one of the first few shots with a Canon 70-200 mm – f/2.8 IS lens, looks northwest toward Onoway, Alberta … perhaps twenty minutes away. Rolling hills of a farmer’s field add relief to landscape reminding of larger furrows found in an unmade blanketed bed. A well-tended fence running four strands of barbed wire limits livestock straying onto this range road.
Listening to – Coldplay’s Clocks, Fix You and Every Teardrop is a Waterfall.
Quote to Inspire – “I don’t believe a person has a style. What people have is a way of photographing what is inside them. What is there comes out.” – Sebastiao Salgado
2 thoughts on “Fencing and Furrows”
Curvy, and snow, I love it.
Hey there, Jim:
Thanks for looking in; I hope you’ll get to see Alberta’s foothills one day.
Take care, 🙂