I just love the area in which we live. There are many gorgeous fields just down the hill from us and even when they aren't planted with a crop, we can appreciate the rich, brown soil. Plowed into it's even rows that go on seemingly forever, it's definitely a form of art. Here's one of the latest plantings. These artichoke fields stretch out over the area and are the dominant crop right now. They'll grow pretty quickly, but I love the way they look right now.
There are several roads that end up at the same place and this is just one of them, but look at that gorgeous view! This was taken earlier this summer when the hills were still a bit green.
This is also the road where I took this photo of the mustard field, which is now planted with celery.
Aren't we lucky?