A few hours later, I thought I heard some rumbling sounds coming from the other end of the field. Sure enough, there was not one, not two, but three combines out picking the corn. By the time I could grab my camera and run to the back of my yard, two of them had already made their first pass.
I hung around and waited just long enough for the third one so I could get a picture. It was beginning to get dark and my camera couldn't focus too well so my pictures aren't the greatest. I set my f-stop all the way down and hoped for the best. Kind of looks like there may have been an issue focusing with the lack of light.
I've been wanting to have a bonfire, but have been holding off because I didn't want to set the field on fire! Our bonfire pit is at the back of our yard and it's pretty close to the field. Hopefully the weather will hold out for us so we can have that fire. Tonight is supposed to be dry and 38° so keep your fingers crossed!
Don't you just love sitting around a fire? We don't have a fireplace (gasp!), but we do have a nice-sized bonfire pit! Hey, it works for me. I don't know about you, but we could sit around a fire all night just staring at it and exchanging small talk. I sometimes wonder why we humans have such a fascination with fire. And as long as I'm thinking about it...I should add water to that primal fascination list. Wouldn't it just be so perfect to have a hot tub with a fireplace nearby? I'd be