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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Ohio Farm Land

 Good morning,

These images are from a mini road trip we took North of Cincinnati.
 Ohio has land that is perfect for farming:  flat, rich soil, and usually excellent weather.
 We were short on rain this past summer, but not quite as bad as areas West of us.
 It's just beautiful to be out here again. 
 There are many family farms and some large commercial farms.
 The Ohio State University was one of the first to have agricultural education.
 Here's one of many beautiful old farm homes just North of Cincinnati.

Enjoy,
Lois

13 comments:

Ann Nichols said...

I can almost smell the earth! Thanks Lois - just so lovely to see America through your lens!

Ann

Birdman said...

I like these low farm shots with harvested fields.

Chris Fenwick said...

Beautiful Lois, I love the country the most, something wholesome about it. Enjoy the week ahead.
Hugs
Chris

Rose said...

Ohio reminds me of Indiana...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love road trips. Great pics.

TexWisGirl said...

not much better than midwest farm land.

Lady Jane said...

Great shots as usual. Makes me want to go on a road trip!!! LJ

Pamela Gordon said...

That is beautiful flat farmland Lois! It looks like the prairies but it's not far enough west for that is it? I love the flat land and all the sky. Beautiful!

Ellie said...

These are lovely shots - it is so lovely and flat too. Thanks for sharing you pics. :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Lovely blue skies. It's so good for the soul to visit the country...or even better, live in it. :))

VP said...

I am always impressed by these extensions of farmland...

Jack said...

Flat. Rich. Treeless. And without all of the boulders that made New Englanders flee here and move there to farm 150 years ago.

NixBlog said...

Great captures, Lois!