f a r m s c e n e s
Moving to live on a farm adds an extra dimension to one's life; you become inextricably linked to the moving tides of the seasons, the volatility of it all. I have come to consider it a lotto on a grand scale: will there be sufficient rain, what about pests, fire, or machinery malfunctioning at an inappropriate time? None of these elements may be controlled. Yet farmers are willing to stake all on this huge gamble. Every year. I feel privileged to be able to record some of the patterns of life in a rural environment.