Photograph info: This photo was taken a couple of weeks ago at a farmstand in Delaware.
I'll get back to the final Grange Fair shots soon ... thanks for your patience.
Camera settings and post-processing: Shot with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS lens at 100mm, ISO 100, f/3.5, 1/1000s. Camera JPEG with basic curves adjustment.
Thank you for visiting Durham Township!
I'd love to know how they grow those donuts.
This would make a great decoupage. I used to do that years ago and got away from it. I still like the old timey and Americana photos though. Some of the fair photos would be great decoupage too. You have a flair for rustic scenes.
They grow their own donuts??? Ha.
Can you tell which thing is not like the others? ;)
I do like a nice fresh farm grown donut.
One of these things is not like the others. . .
One of these things. . .
I believe they plant the Donut patch between the sweet corn and tomatoes!
even i shoot lots of signs and banners wherever i go...and your doing exactly what i am doing and i am happy about that... lets educate our people, your people :) this is not for the money, not for commercial, not for promotion but helping other fellas what they need to learn
What can the farmer sell when too dry or frozen is the ground?
A harvest of donuts can be sold, all the year 'round.
Like a peach or nectarine, right from the box they can be eaten;
Or like corn, by the dozen, a sweet treat that can't be beatin'.
So list them all up on a neatly painted sign.
If they're local grown or made, they're sure to be fine.
Oh, that is funny. Nice photo.
That's my kind of farm! :) Nice capture!
they reap what they sow
so they sow what you see
shuck a bushel of glazed
and your coffee is free