While driving from Erie to Carlisle, PA, we spotted this field and had to pull over for a few quick snapshots. This photo was taken in Perry County in a large valley in the Appalachian Mountain Range, an extremely rural county notorious for only having one traffic light. People from there are often made fun of as hicks, but I've always loved the twisting drive past dairy farms, old limestone and brick farm houses, and fields of sunflowers. To me, it's one of the loveliest spots in Pennsylvania: lush with vegetation, rolling hills, and the mountains as a backdrop.

1 comment:

  1. wow! breathtaking. wouldn't it be wonderful to have a sunflower farm? that's like the happiest kind of farm imaginable.