|Here we're lookin at the same veg, from the opposite direction. Historically, this is the house that own my land. All the land up the River Rd. was cut into 100 acre strips that went from The Kennebec River to the Abbagadasett River, and this house looked out over it's fields. Now they have about 12 acres and look at my fields. It's probably a lot easier to look out over all my work, than to farm themselves.|
|Ian, Turmeric, John Deere 5075E|
|Peaches fears that baby Hugo may be cuter than herself..... it drives her to such desperately cute juxtapositions.|
The fall of the nasturtiums.
|This is a sunrise, across field 1. If you think this photo is stunning, imagine what I thought when I walked out into this scene that perfect October morning.|
|If you ever see a tree like this, and wonder why ever a tree would be 2 colors in this way, it's because it's not a tree.... it's two trees. That's a red maple on the left, and a poplar on the right. They have been together their whole lives, so their canopy grew as one tree. These trees look this great every Autumn, but I don't always have such a wonderful contrast of the blue broccoli, and the orange morning light.|
|This is us. We're always here. Six of us so far.... livin off organic vegetables.|