Just before sunrise in the soybean field here on the farm. I’m often criticized for the dark foregrounds in these types of shots but I hesitate to brighten them in processing because it alters reality. What you see is what was…when I shot it. By the way, if you look to the lower right you might be able to make out the cross rows which dictated my composition putting Center Grove, a civil war era cemetery here, appropriately in the center of the shot. We use cross rows because they allow the big mechanized planters to utilize the entire field. Thanks for the look and have a great evening.