Photography: The Farm

"You cause the grass to grow for the livestock and plants for man to cultivate, that he may bring forth food from the earth." - Psalms 104:14 (ESV)

Most of you know that I come from a farm family. Farming is one of those professions that goes well beyond just making a living. It truly is a way of life for the entire family. The long hours, the prayers for rain, the prayers for sun, the endless paperwork, the equipment maintenance, the sleepless nights worrying about crops and livestock -- it's not a 9-5 and forget it kind of job.

Even so, agriculture is a beautiful thing.

So today, I wanted to share some of my farm photography and let God's handiwork speak for itself.


[[Do not copy, use, reprint or publish these photos without my written consent.]]

Dew on the corn leaves. Needham, Ind. June 2017.

Soybean harvest. Shelbyville, Ind. October 2016.

Soybeans at sunset. Shelbyville, Ind. October 2016.

The wheat variety that started the Green Revolution. Texcoco, Mexico. October 2015.

Morning dew drops. Needham, Ind. June 2017.

Cornfield at sunrise. Needham, Ind. June 2017.

Corn leaves hug the sun. Needham, Ind. June 2017.

A super cool dragonfly on the concrete. Needham, Ind. June 2017.


  1. Cool! What camera do you use?

    1. Thanks, lady! I'm just shooting on a Canon T3i, so nothing fancy. These were all shot on the 18-55 kit lens.