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Forty Acres And A Ford. April 22, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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As ominous thunder clouds roll across he evening sky, an errant ray of sunshine finds this old farm truck in the fallow fields of a farm in Williamstown:

I’m fond of scenes with brooding skies behind sunlit foregrounds, and have a couple of venues scouted for after-the-storm shots as the Green Season progresses.

Of course, there’s nothing inherently awful about an occasional fluffy white cloud:

…I just prefer the emotional impact of threatening weather.

Go figure.



1. lisahgolden - April 22, 2011

Whoa. That first photo may be my new favorite. Although, I need to read the rest of your posts from today….

2. littlebangtheory - April 22, 2011

Glad you like it, Lisa. 🙂

3. susan - April 23, 2011

Very nicely realized.

4. mauigirl - April 23, 2011

Love your photos – so evocative of the rural areas…beautiful.

5. eileen - April 23, 2011

I love to watch the skies, especially when weather is making a play for my attention.

I love the colors of the truck and the barn.

6. littlebangtheory - April 23, 2011

Thank you, Ladies.

7. becky - April 24, 2011

thanks for stopping by my blog & leaving a comment or two. 🙂
great photos- i have a fondness for both old barns & old ford trucks- love the rusty textures. someday i’d like to own a functional one & just drive it down the old dusty road to home…

8. littlebangtheory - April 24, 2011

Hi Becky, and welcome!

I spoke to the owner, Charles, who says he parked that old ford where it sits, and expects he’ll be able to drive it away when he gets back around to it!

Now, getting it road legal is another matter entirely…


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