Another somewhat non-descript dawn this Saturday, but I found a new place to shoot--quite a ways away, but there's some beautiful yawning country out there at the dead end of a low-maintenance road, a place that's full of possibilities, the kind of place to which I'll certainly return.
There's even some prairie up there, long grass I had to wade through, like water, full of wild flowers. I think this shot--above--is was today's trophy, if there is one. That blurry barbed wire back there only enhances the tenuous glory of the black-eyed susan or rosinweed or whatever that graceful beauty is. If you look close, a little bee swoops like a P-38, just beneath left-most petal of the left-most blossom.
It's a great place--360 degree turn and not a confinement in sight. That's a blessing, too.
A wonderful discovery.