Gravel Travel: September Discoveries in Boone & Greene Counties

Some days I simply get the itch to go shoot. There is no planning. No set route. Just me, my camera, and the gravel roads. There’s nothing like rolling the windows down, turning the music up loud, and letting the fresh fall air blow against my face. I pick and choose roads at random, looking across the countryside until something catches my eye.

In September, my gravel travels took me to a few new spots in Boone and Greene counties. I saw barns, corn cribs, and silos I’d yet to discover; an abandoned house being swallowed by the trees surrounding it; cornfields waiting to be harvested; and a small herd of mules that didn’t seem to mind having their photo taken.

I spent a lot of time hittin the breaks and throwin my car in reverse whenever something caught my eye. And, after a couple hours, I returned home with a camera full of photos to share with all of you.

Barn tucked in trees 6 watermarkedBarn tucked in trees 1 watermarkedBarn tucked in trees 4 cloud pop watermarkedBarn tucked in trees 3Barn in the trees 5 watermarkedBarn in the trees 2 watermarkedBarn in the trees 1 watermarkedBarn in the trees 9 watermarkedAbandoned house 1 watermarked

 

 

Silos in middle of field watermarked3 silos 1 watermarked3 silos 3 watermarkedOld Corn Crib 1 watermarkedCorn Crib in corn field 2 watermarkedCorn Crib in corn field 3 watermarkedBroken Barn door 1 gloss watermarkedBarbed wire around fence post 1 watermarkedBarbed wire around fence post 2Barbed wire around fence post 2 lk slfg watermarkedDouble Trouble 1 MM70per watermarkedA Baren of Mules pano watermarkedCorn ready for harvest 2 matte70per watermarkedCorn ready for harvest 4 matte45per watermarkedCorn ready for harvest 3 matte70per watermarkedCorn ready for harvest 1 matte45per watermarkedWhere the clouds meet the corn 1 dim40per watermarkedWhere the clouds meet the corn 3 watermarkedWhere the clouds meet the corn 3 lk watermarked

 

 

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