It doesn't matter how many times I photograph Dad's old rust-bucket truck --- it captivates me every time.
Yesterday, Sunday, I drove out to my parents' farm in rural Edwardsville, IL for dinner. I was there for the daily "golden hour" .... you know ---- the gorgeous time just before sunset when everything is streaked with gold. I took some really kick-ass photos of the farm, so I'm gonna do a photo-a-day to …
https://ceenphotography.com/2018/04/12/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-objects-or-people-older-than-50-years/ Easy Peasy ... me (I'll be 56 this year) abandoned farmhouse Dad's tractor
One more cool photo of Dad's 1940's era truck:
There is a barn near my parent's farm that has been in a state of decay for years. I've wanted to photograph it for as long as I can remember (since moving down here in 2006), and finally got the gumption to do so on Saturday. old farm equipment partially covered in old barn rubble …
https://dutchgoesthephoto.net/2017/11/21/tuesday-photo-challenge-progress/ Another view of the Bequette-Ribault House in St. Genevieve, MO. Notice the washboard, the butter churn, and the candles .... build in 1808, there was, of course, no running water (see the bucket at the back wall), electricity, indoor plumbing .... and meals were cooked at the fireplace. child's potty chair
Hostas on my folks farm -- rural Edwardsville, IL
evening on the farm ---- taken last evening, July 09, 2017
Sunset at the Farm can be unbelievable.