"Old JD Hay Rake"
photograph - © Bruce A. Morrison
(click on image for a larger view)
We woke up yesterday morning to winter again. April can have surprises; I remember a few from some years back, and last year it even snowed in May! We got around a half a foot yesterday though, and it is most welcome here! (We've been so dry since last summer.)
As soon as I got the lane up to the house and studio cleared, I went out and shot a few photos . I don't like photographing snow under overcast skies, because of the visual "flatness" of the snow...its just too dull. But I picked a more graphic subject and went from there.
I picked on the old John Deere Hay Rake that sits on the upper slope of our south pasture, near the old sheep barn. The image above is somewhat understated, but its growing on me.
Wonder if this will be my last winter photograph until the 2014-15 season? I kind of hope so - let the short break from spring end and get onto some real springtime weather!
Don't think I'm alone on that note!