It is only the middle of June on the family farm and yet the winter wheat is already fully headed as it stands green in the field. At this rate, if we continue to get no rain it will be ready for harvesting around late July or possibly even earlier. This is unusual to say the least; the seasons are ahead about a month in North Central Idaho.
I was sitting eating dinner (tacos that my wife made), when I realized that I was very close to a beautiful sunset. Stuffing the last portions in my mouth, thanking my wife for a lovely meal, I grabbed my camera bag and rushed out the door and up the road on the ATV. Very careful navigating a barbwire fence (where I was suspended momentarily without incident), I quickly began to set up for my shoot.
Below are some of what I feel are the best, but cannot decide which I like the most. I think I know, but it is so hard for a number of reasons. I hope you enjoy the fruits of nature’s beautiful sunset and an enthusiastic amateur photographer.
I realize that several of these pictures are very similar…that’s the hard part – they all have strong points and are so similar.
The lens glare is a risk…some like it some don’t.
I really like this one…
…and this one…
…and this one!!!!
Also, there is a farm next to this field that was quite literally picture perfect, especially with the clouds overhead. What do you think?
What do you think? Profitable shoot? If you have a favorite feel free to comment!
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