2012 Photography Challenge- Agriculture

Montana Fields/Suzys Artsy Craftsy Sitcom #photography challenge

We were in Billings, Montana a few months ago and this is one of the many photos I took while we were there.  Of course it is a wheat field.  Well, actually miles and miles of wheat fields.  As far as you can see.  Because one of the things about Montana is that the vista is endless.

One day, I will be living in a RV, parked on a hill, looking at this view as I drink my morning coffee.  Two creams, one sweet ‘n low.  As I try to decide what I’m going to do that day.  Should I work on that latest craft project?  Maybe write a few blog posts?  Or do I feel like just sitting down and reading the National Enquirer?  Decisions, decisions…

That is the plan, man.

So how did you do?

Email your ‘agriculture’ submissions to me!  Check out the Submission Guidelines.  I will post your photos here along with any information that you would like to include.  If you have a website, feel free to add a link to your site!  I will be taking ‘agriculture’ submissions all week!  Feel free to send your original photo!

Our theme for next week is “Water Falls”.  See the information at the bottom of the post for details!

This weeks Submissions: 

Wheat Field

Cotton Field

These ag photos both taken in Western Oklahoma. The cotton field was along Interstate 40 between Clinton and Weatherford, OK. The wheat photo shows how no rain hurts the crops and farmers. In a normal wheat field there would be no spaces to be seen between the wheat. ~Brenda Williams, Weatherford, OK- Cats, Kids and Crafts

goat kids

This is an easy challenge (guess that makes it not a challenge) since I live and work on a farm. The hard thing is picking photos…We rescue horses and raise goats, chickens, geese, and some peacocks. We also have 2 pot belly pigs. Random selection of photos, When you have to bottle raise babies, it is round the clock care. Agriculture teaches human kids a lot, goats are impatient and do not take turns, pigs are smart enough to get what they want, geese can be tame, but only for food.~ Debbie Phillips

Straw harvest after the wheat is threshed. Encroaching homes border a farmers field near Damascus, OR. ~Pam Shipp

My name is Carolyn Gray and I live in California. I took this picture in Idaho of a wheat field while on my way to Wyoming.  We saw some beautiful ranches there.  

Next Week’s Challenge- Waterfalls!

Taken any photos lately of waterfalls?  I know I have.  It is probably one of my favorite subjects.  Well maybe other than oceans, or landscapes, or people, or dogs, or… well, let’s just say I like to take photos.  Anyway, this coming week, we are going to take a look at falling water.  Your interpretation is your own here.  As usual, there are no real rules here on The Sitcom.  Need a few examples to get you thinking?

So go grab that camera, and I’ll see you back here next week!