The Texas panhandle is the southern reaches of the High Plains. It can be rolling or totally flat. Neither tend to draw photographers but there is a certain something about the flatlands that really interests me.
The farms, the grain elevators, the small towns, and the endless sky. It is even better when the sky is stormy and over cast.
While driving to Amarillo I passed by this field and turned around so I could stop and photograph it.
The green grass, the flat, the remains of a fence line and the thick clouds. I thought it was something. Out came the 4x5 and the 75mm wide angle lens. I photographed this in color for the green and in b+w for the stormy quality. Here is the scene.
Check out my Wilderness Photographer Blog linked to the right for the snapshot that I was looking at.