Wednesday, January 17, 2007
I suppose that people from other parts of the globe would find our winter landscape bleak, what with empty fields stretching from horizon to horizon.
Trees were planted many years ago as a wind break in an attempt to slow the effects of erosion and brake the wind before it reached the farmhouse, barns and outbuildings. This stand of lonely looking trees is about a quarter mile from a farm complex.
Sparse beauty perhaps?