It's a family tradition that we celebrate the 4th at our farm so I threw the camera in the car this time to see what I could get. I didn't end up with much, but here they are. I feel like the framing might be a bit tight on a few of them, and a few have place or the sky blown out as I forgot I had a neutral density filter in the car until it was to late. Otherwise I'm pretty happy with them. If anyone wants to see them larger you can visit my Flickr page. Fishlore decreases the size for bandwidth reasons I believe so you can't always get the full effect! With good reason of course because I could probably chew up the bandwidth on my own LOL We are exploding with tomatoes among other crops. Large ones too, I believe that PVC is 1". Moss and ferns growing on our giant slabs of granite. Like Dr. Malcom says in Jurassic Park, life always finds a way. One of many really nice tall Eastern Red Cedar trees growing on the property. Posted photos of this before but this is parts of the old horse drawn hay rake we have. I believe my great grandfather used it. Has to be early on 1900s. I need to look at it closer and see if I can find anything to date it. Cleaning the day's catch of Bluegill (Bream for us southern folk). That sink is older than me lol. I believe this is a 66 Chevy. Pretty much all still original but in pretty desolate condition on the outside, interior is actually in really good shape. It actually still runs, not going anywhere fast on those tires though. Barn And of course walking back to the car, the car was screaming at me to shoot it too! It's filthy but that's what happens when its a daily driver and it's been raining every day. I'll get to it soon enough!