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Occupy Fairfield II

Razing the Fields

Another day and another day of reenactment activities.  If you missed yesterdays post, then I would suggest to maybe go check it out for an explanation.  As I drove through town this afternoon I saw this sight plowing through one of the farm fields.  I shot off a few pictures and really liked this one specifically because of the mountain in the background.  I really think it sets a tone for the composition.  I don’t know but I also think its rather humorous to have a mix of modern and relic working as one, floating above the corn/hay.  Just a typical Sunday Drive.  (I also wanted to use the title as a main post heading and since I used it as a subtitle yesterday, I thought I should add the II)  May 6, 2012

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