“Every season has an end~for a harvest to begin. Embrace the process!”
― Dina Rolle
The ripe wheat stretched to the horizon, bathed in late day sunshine. It was a still and hot day in late July when I made this image with my iPhone, not having my Nikon with me. It was quite a sight and I wanted to do it justice in portraying how vast this looked. Not Prairie vast, but vast by local standards.
I deliberately cropped this to remove the horizon, creating a frame of endless wheat, the photo frame creating a false horizon. It really wasn’t much of a crop but improved the message I wanted the photo to convey.
The photo frame encompasses about 100 acres of wheat, which is a typical single farm plot in my area. The wheat was dry and just about ready for harvest at the time. Since then, a heavy rain has knocked it down quite a bit, one of the many factors that affect harvest and yields. Timing is everything.
iPhone 7 back camera @ 4.0mm
1/170 sec; f/1.8; ISO 20
Very nice shot. I think your cropping the horizon did what you wanted and created vastness in the image that may not have been there with the horizon.