I’ve probably taken a bazillion pictures of this tree. It’s on the South side of a road that I take in and out of Saline, Michigan on a regular basis. I’ve never seen the field with crops that have grown very large (I’m not sure what they’re growing there) but depending on the clouds on any given day, the view is often striking. This tree has two companions that stand out by themselves in the openness of the field.
In this case, I was fascinated by the patterns of the rows, and how they curved around the tree. I thought about editing out the power lines in the background, but they’re not extremely noticeable, and I didn’t want to chance messing up the treeline too much.
Exposure: 1/160 seconds
Focal Length: 216 mm