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The Great Plains Of Hadley! April 22, 2011

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It’s an image we’ve all seen before, but with a twist.

Shaggy, massive, notoriously poor of eyesight and arguably dim of wit:

…but nonetheless an iconic figure on the American Plains….

Buffalo!

…and a tobacco barn??

These bad boys are bound for burgers, sad to say.  Such is the fate of this great symbol of America’s Exceptional Plenty.

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Down By The River… February 21, 2011

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…I shot my camera.  Got this photo of trees reflecting in the Connecticut up at the Montague/Sunderland line:

…and this one, of a New Age Tobacco Barn in Hatfield at sunset:

Both of these venues have potential for some interesting photographs, and will bear watching through the seasons and in various weather.

Enjoy.

An Agrarian Interlude. June 1, 2009

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Down in the Connecticut River Valley, it’s a whole ‘nother world, a place of open spaces and farm machinery bigger than what works up here in the hills.

Here are a few shots from the Flatlands.

A tobacco barn in Hatfield:

tobacco barn

Daisies along that same road witness the sowing of the fields:

daisies

…and in Easthampton, a farm snuggles into the generous flanks of Mt. Tom:

Mt Tom

It’s a pretty place to visit, but come nightfall?

I’m headin’ for the hills!