Most days, I drive to work via the Clayton Expressway, also known as Highway 255 truck route. For me, it’s a relaxing drive along the Arkansas River, through rural areas of plowed fields, often planted with various crops. I’ve seen bald eagles and red-tailed hawks, deer and coyotes.
Recently, it seemed to me there was a photo in the wheatfields, so I slowed down and looked for it…
What I saw was texture and patterns. This first image wasn’t close enough, but here’s the full image.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have a long enough lens to create the image I wanted, so here’s a crop from the first photo.
Patterns and texture. And color – the yellow gold, with a few greens mixed in. I think there are still some photos to find. I’ll have to stop again.
Sony Alpha77, Minolta 70-210, Manfrotto tripod – and a GMC Jimmy. 🙂