64/365 Photo Challenge 2015

Although the temps were frigid cold, we were able to enjoy a drive though the northern tier of Ohio yesterday. Although flat fields and open spaces do not compare with the grandeur of mountain vistas and wooded scenes, I am always struck with the simple, often stark landscape in this part of the country. I love it. I find it amazing, too, that I am able to get as many shots as I do considering that we are hurtling 70mph toward our destination. Snow covered fields enhanced the views more than usual this time. We got home too late to post yesterday’s photo, but just so you know, the official photo for day 64 in the 365 Photo Challenge 2015 is the sepia toned one above.

Thanks for stopping by. Please leave a comment and tell me what you think. Enjoy! 🙂

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2 thoughts on “64/365 Photo Challenge 2015

  1. We’re planning a trip to Ohio in the next couple of months, and I’m looking forward to seeing that landscape again. I’m always surprised by the beauty I see when I look out over those fields (although I prefer the rolling hills of the more eastern part of the state).

    It’s interesting how the sepia photo seems warm to me, like because of the color, it must depict a summer scene. I keep seeing the snow as thick, golden grass and then I correct myself. (And I’m very much enjoying your 365 project, even though I rarely comment.)

    1. Thank you so much for commenting! Yes, there is something beautiful about the landscape in this part of the country. I am so glad you like the photos, and glad the sepia toned photo evoked feelings of warmth. Enjoy your trip!

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