Category: Bone Meal Bread, farming and husbandry, land, photography, transfer of energy Tagged: agriculture, design, farm, garden, Kansas, land, landscape, photography, sandstone, sky, stone, sunflowers, sunset, tomato, transfer of energy
Thank you for sharing these, buddy. Your land and life bear such fruit! New Boaz. I have never seen the Kansas prairie look so green, either. Great photography.
Also, is that osage orange that the table top is made of? Some hoser bird has been helping himself to the sunflower seeds in my garden as well. We made a huge batch of pesto last night as my basil crop is crazy right now.
Hey Mikey, It is Osage Orange. Got a lot of it floating around right now.
I’m so used to seeing it in sizes relative to reclaimed fence posts– it’s great to see such a big piece. It’s a beautiful wood!
Des images parmi les plus difficiles à réaliser: une apparente simplicité avec tant de travail et de pensée…
Charnelles, évocatrices, vivaces… des photographies qui “vivent” longtemps… fortement…
Un régal pour les yeux comme a dû l’être la chair de cette tomate pour les papilles.
Thank you for your kind words. You have described my process in a lot of areas of my life pretty well.
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