Another for my favorite photos book.


In the old days, the most that local farmers could do when it came to ensuring that their fields would receive sufficient moisture for the crops planted in them to thrive was to just hope and pray that the right amount of rain would fall at the right intervals. How things have changed—at least for those with the means to afford these mobile irrigators, which are becoming an increasingly common sight in the fields hereabouts. Being modular, they can vary significanly in length; this particular one is among the longest I've seen hereabouts, and I was so struck by the way it seemed to go on practically forever that, although it may not have been the most photogenic of subjects, I just had to take a picture of it.



CREDITS


Katie Pertiet – Naturally Krafty No. 3, Letter Box Clusters No. 2 Brushes-n-Stamps, Yarn Ties No. 1, Art Class Frames No. 2


Anna Aspnes – Torn N Tattered Paper Templates No. 4, Stitched by Anna No. 2 Brown


Mary Ann Wise – Tiny Metal Tags


Jesse Edwards – Clean & Serene 2 Solids


Pattie Knox – Brad Bonanza, Staple Its!



FONTS


Dominican Small Caps, Dominican Italic