Harvest Winds

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    There is a moment as an artist when you just get into your flow. Planning for a trip into Door County I could just feel in the days that led up to my trip that I was entering this flow. It is hard to describe. Trying to describe it, it is as if you get in touch with what you are passionate about and the Universe just helps you succeed. This trip felt like it was exactly that.

    On my way into Door County I noticed these wheat fields dotting the farm land areas as I made my way to my camp site. Setting up camp I thought about where I wanted to capture the sunset. An easy decision would have been one of the harbors or a beach, but I wanted something nobody else experienced right here in one of the most beautiful counties in the state of Wisconsin. My mind wandered back to these wheat fields. I had a vision 2 years ago of a sunset and the wind blowing the heads of the wheat around. I was just in luck with the weather cooperating the back end of a storm was pushing through the peninsula. Creating beautiful clouds that could potentially be painted with the fading rays of the day, and just enough wind to blur the heads of the wheat field.

    With just a few moments to spare before sunset I made my way back south out of Fish Creek. Near the town of Egg Harbor I found the wheat field that was going to work perfectly for bringing my vision to life. I grabbed my gear and made my way to the edge of the field. The clouds were breaking apart creating different layers which I knew had the potential for a phenomenal sunset. I watched the field as the back end of the storm created the wind I needed to bring my vision to life. I studied the movement it created, watching it blew through different portions of the field. Everything had to come together for that perfect moment in time. Just the right amount of wind and the right amount of color in the sky.

    As I waited I could feel myself enter this flow. Slowing down to the speed of mother nature I felt a deep connection with the moment. As if I became the winds blowing among the heads of the wheat field and the warm colors from the sunset painting the clouds. Pressing the shutter at just the right moment I brought my vision to life. Capturing the stunning beauty of Door County in such a unique way.

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