It’s time again to wander, or should I say get lost, down those country roads in Yolo County. Each year Yolo Art & Ag sponsors monthly visits for artists and photographers to farms in the county. I have certainly benefited from these sojourns. I grew up in the city, and I’ve been able to see first hand how a farm operates.
Harrison Farms, featured a sunflower field and a some farm animals. When Marlene and I arrived, we stopped at the sunflowers first. Typically, bee keepers put hives near the fields and this was no exception! But the bees are so busy, they don’t bother someone who is allergic like me! As a field, this one wasn’t spectacular but individually the flowers were fun and pretty to photograph.
And then there was the farm itself. The pond was photographic.
There was also a small garden.
They also had a walnut tree grove.
It was an easy and fun visit. I wonder where we will go in July?
4 thoughts on “Yolo Art & Ag: Harrison Farms, Woodland”
Visits like this are fun – get out of the house for one, and the other is to take photos. Nice series!
Thanks -N! I like these because it’s easy to keep a distance from others and they are outdoors. And I get my photography therapy in!
Thank you Rupali! I love the country excursions, but it’s good to get back to suburbia.
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