Today was very strange. The temperature got into the 50's, with thunderstorms in the afternoon. Around 4:00, the clouds started to break. With all of the snow still on the ground, a fog started to form along the creeks.
I make no apologies for my love of sunrises, sunsets and farms. I guess having grown up with farms surrounding us, it reminds me of home. This morning I looked out the window @ 7:05 and the sunrise was incredible. By the time I got down to Barndt Road, this was what was left. Still pretty stunning.
Today I had every intention of working on a photo of my wife's knick-knacks that she has on an old printing press drawer. An the way home though, my eyes were drawn to an incredible sky. I quickly grabbed my camera at home and ran down the road to catch what I could before it was gone. How can anyone deny there is a God after seeing the beauty of His creation?
This is the epitome of a grab shot! I was late getting out of work tonight, and with Sean's point and shoot camera in hand, I was roaming the countryside when the corner of my eye caught the sunlight through the slats in the barn. I literally stopped the Jeep and grabbed this before some cars came up on me. Taken on Mill Road in Lower Salford, PA.
Daylight was fading quickly as I left work, and the fog was getting thicker by the minute. I had always wanted to get a shot of this farm on Allentown Road in Franconia, PA. It is located behind the old Longacre poultry complex.