Wednesday, April 22, 2009

From the Window Seat

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(Blogger note - This text was added after the original post. Thanks, Jay.)

These "amber waves of grain" are in a typical Michigan farm field. This wheat field is very near my home in the flatlands of central Michigan. I shot this from a commercial airplane on final approach to a local airfield. The beauty of this land goes mostly unnoticed. Thankfully, I had an aerial perspective that revealed its true beauty.

5 comments:

Jay said...

:) nice. What is this a picture of? Did you take this on your way to the City of Refuge?

Dan Denardo said...

Oops! I did it again, Jay...forgot to give an explanation. I should have known you'd catch me! This is a farm field (wheat)very close to where I live in Michigan. We live about 10 miles from the airport. I shot this as we were coming in for a landing on a commercial flight.

Jay said...

Ah, I see. Down here we grow cotton, corn, and peas! No wonder I didn't recognize this! :)

Ron said...

Dood, when I first saw this pic and before reading the text, I thought you found a crop circle!

Dan Denardo said...

Hey, man, one of these days let's go out and MAKE some crop circles. If you and I put our heads together, we can get some people worked up!