This week’s photo challenge is “Horizons”. I felt this was a good test, and found a picture that I felt was very apropos for the challenge.
This photo has three horizons in it (in my opinion), but can you guess what they are? I hope you enjoy the photo!
Kansas is known as the Wheat State for a reason: We produce a LOT of wheat. And Corn. And other grains that are used world-wide. Therefore, we have a lot of large grain elevators, which keep the grains clean and safe until they are needed. This is one of the grain elevators in Topeka, Kansas. The clouds made for a nice backdrop against the sky, while the sun was setting. I thought the coloring was spectacular, and made for some interesting contrasts. I hope you enjoy!
Sunset at the Grain Elevator
My wife’s family and I went fishing back in August here in Kansas. We encountered a few passing showers, and had to move our picnic into the shelter of the vehicles once, but that all passed over. However, looking to the west after everything passed, the Sun was streaming through the clouds in a vivid patchwork of light and dark. The sight was amazing to me, so I felt that I should share.
Sunbeams in Kansas
While in Hermann, MO last month, we went to watch a Civil War Reenactment. To get to the spot where the “battle” was going to take place, we had to walk up this hill. This view was stunning to me, because everything was still so green with the deep blue sky in the background. Hope you all enjoy!
Lone Tree Hill