Feeling like the season...

Feeling like the season... "Storyteller 7", 8"x8", mixed media on cradled wood panel. Private collection.

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A group of four houses that were built out in the country, in the early 80’s. I’ve had the pleasure of watching the trees in the area grow around the homes. Every year the Fall colors are a little different. This year’s colors are spectacular! #autumn #pocket_trees #ruralamerica #leaves #minnesota #stateology #nature #minnstagramers #nikon #exploremn #renegade_rural #farm #rsa_rural #trb_nature #splendid_nature Instagram Photos | videos | post

A group of four houses that were built out in the country, in the early 80’s. I’ve had the pleasure of watching the trees in the area grow around the homes. Every year the Fall colors are a little different. This year’s colors are spectacular!

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Join me on Monday for a little hit of inspiration for your rural world as we dive into week 3 of the 5-part series on people. 
I'll be waiting for you at www.facebook.com/rebeccaundem at 9 am CST!

Let the weekend commence. #beinspired #berealnotperfect #developyourself #inspiredliving #indieauthor #publicspeaker #personaldevelopmentjunkie #ruralamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

Join me on Monday for a little hit of inspiration for your rural world as we dive into week 3 of the 5-part series on people. I'll be waiting for you at www.facebook.com/rebeccaundem at 9 am CST! Let the weekend commence.

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Grain storage structures in downtown St. Paul (pop. 412). The Willamette Valley, stretching 150 miles from Portland to Eugene, is a highly productive farming region. •
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#farming #farmlove #feedamerica #farmtotable #ruralamerica #total_rural #rsa_rural #trb_rural #artistry_flair #illustrious_art #mobile_artistry #oregonexplored #ig_ruralamerica #pocket_usa #oldbarnlove #barnsofinstagram #storyofamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

Grain storage structures in downtown St. Paul (pop. 412). The Willamette Valley, stretching 150 miles from Portland to Eugene, is a highly productive farming region. • • • •

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The harvest is in high gear here. I have to be extra careful where I stop to photograph. Probably not a good idea to block a combine or grain truck with my little SUV! #midwest #iowa #harvest #corn #soybeans #combine #johndeere #tractor #farmmachinery #landscape #landscapephotography #harvesttime #farm #farming #vanishing landscape #rural #ruralamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

The harvest is in high gear here. I have to be extra careful where I stop to photograph. Probably not a good idea to block a combine or grain truck with my little SUV! landscape

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One those days where I’m either feeling footloose, or trying to stay two steps ahead of the blues, I’ll grab a notebook and camera and hit the road for a few hours. I’ll scout the backroads until something grabs my eye. It’s a terrific way of clearing my head.
That’s how I stumbled upon Don E. Granger. The #Texas businessman was sitting at the front door of his hardware store in eastern Montgomery County. I only stopped there because it I’d seen an old Chevy listing like a shipwreck in the grass behind the store. 
A handwritten sign on the door admonished clients and vendors from using any foul language on the premises, but all I wanted was a picture of the car. 
Granger nodded when I explained. You could almost hear his bones groan as he shuffled out back with me. 
But Granger is still proud of the sun-bleached 55 Chevy behind the hardware store. The car’s green paint lost its luster decades ago, and the once sleek chrome hood ornament—its silver wings outstretched in flight—has dulled with age. Whiskery Texas grass skirt the car's tires now. A clear indication that the Chevy hasn’t budged from this spot in years. 
The #Chevy owner, and former high school coach, beamed as he talked about the car he bought with his hard-earned pay over six decades ago. Granger pats the car’s rust-speckled front quarter panel the way a jockey touches a prize-winning thoroughbred. “I bought this Chevy when I got out of the #Army in 1955 for $1,645. I had about $1,000 saved up and put it on the car,” he told me.
The Chevy holds a lot of memories. Each mile on the odometer tells a story. Granger taught and coached high school football before retiring. Granger’s not ready to part with the car yet—if ever. “People have offered to buy it from me, but I just can’t sell it,” he conceded. “I may even get it fixed up one day.” #jj_houston #jj_texas #ig_texas #igtexas #55chevy #55chevrolet @chevrolet @thewoodlandstexas #ruralamerica #stories #carsofinstagram #carswithoutlimits #igwoodlands #woodlandstx @officialchevyworld Instagram Photos | videos | post

One those days where I’m either feeling footloose, or trying to stay two steps ahead of the blues, I’ll grab a notebook and camera and hit the road for a few hours. I’ll scout the backroads until something grabs my eye. It’s a terrific way of clearing my head. That’s how I stumbled upon Don E. Granger. The businessman was sitting at the front door of his hardware store in eastern Montgomery County. I only stopped there because it I’d seen an old Chevy listing like a shipwreck in the grass behind the store. A handwritten sign on the door admonished clients and vendors from using any foul language on the premises, but all I wanted was a picture of the car. Granger nodded when I explained. You could almost hear his bones groan as he shuffled out back with me. But Granger is still proud of the sun-bleached 55 Chevy behind the hardware store. The car’s green paint lost its luster decades ago, and the once sleek chrome hood ornament—its silver wings outstretched in flight—has dulled with age. Whiskery Texas grass skirt the car's tires now. A clear indication that the Chevy hasn’t budged from this spot in years. The owner, and former high school coach, beamed as he talked about the car he bought with his hard-earned pay over six decades ago. Granger pats the car’s rust-speckled front quarter panel the way a jockey touches a prize-winning thoroughbred. “I bought this Chevy when I got out of the in 1955 for $1,645. I had about $1,000 saved up and put it on the car,” he told me. The Chevy holds a lot of memories. Each mile on the odometer tells a story. Granger taught and coached high school football before retiring. Granger’s not ready to part with the car yet—if ever. “People have offered to buy it from me, but I just can’t sell it,” he conceded. “I may even get it fixed up one day.”

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Farm Structures Instagram Photos | videos | post

Farm Structures

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Piecemeal the summer dies;
At the field’s edge a daisy lives alone;
A last shawl of burning lies
On a gray field-stone.
All cries are thin and terse;
The field has droned the summer’s final mass;
A cricket like a dwindled hearse
Crawls from the dry grass. 
#richardwilbur #american #poets #poetry #writtenword  #travel #southcarolinsta #ruffchapel #ridgewaysc #iconic #historic #vintage #roadsideamerica #cupola #gravecage #cemeteryart #picturedixie #palmettostate #liveinthelight #windowlight #wroughtiron #ruralamerica #smalltownusa #placestogo #nikon📷 #nikon_photography #jenniferweberphotography⚜️ Instagram Photos | videos | post

Piecemeal the summer dies; At the field’s edge a daisy lives alone; A last shawl of burning lies On a gray field-stone. All cries are thin and terse; The field has droned the summer’s final mass; A cricket like a dwindled hearse Crawls from the dry grass.

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Feeling like the season...

Feeling like the season... "Storyteller 7", 8"x8", mixed media on cradled wood panel. Private collection.

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A group of four houses that were built out in the country, in the early 80’s. I’ve had the pleasure of watching the trees in the area grow around the homes. Every year the Fall colors are a little different. This year’s colors are spectacular! #autumn #pocket_trees #ruralamerica #leaves #minnesota #stateology #nature #minnstagramers #nikon #exploremn #renegade_rural #farm #rsa_rural #trb_nature #splendid_nature Instagram Photos | videos | post

A group of four houses that were built out in the country, in the early 80’s. I’ve had the pleasure of watching the trees in the area grow around the homes. Every year the Fall colors are a little different. This year’s colors are spectacular!

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Join me on Monday for a little hit of inspiration for your rural world as we dive into week 3 of the 5-part series on people. 
I'll be waiting for you at www.facebook.com/rebeccaundem at 9 am CST!

Let the weekend commence. #beinspired #berealnotperfect #developyourself #inspiredliving #indieauthor #publicspeaker #personaldevelopmentjunkie #ruralamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

Join me on Monday for a little hit of inspiration for your rural world as we dive into week 3 of the 5-part series on people. I'll be waiting for you at www.facebook.com/rebeccaundem at 9 am CST! Let the weekend commence.

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Grain storage structures in downtown St. Paul (pop. 412). The Willamette Valley, stretching 150 miles from Portland to Eugene, is a highly productive farming region. •
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#farming #farmlove #feedamerica #farmtotable #ruralamerica #total_rural #rsa_rural #trb_rural #artistry_flair #illustrious_art #mobile_artistry #oregonexplored #ig_ruralamerica #pocket_usa #oldbarnlove #barnsofinstagram #storyofamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

Grain storage structures in downtown St. Paul (pop. 412). The Willamette Valley, stretching 150 miles from Portland to Eugene, is a highly productive farming region. • • • •

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The harvest is in high gear here. I have to be extra careful where I stop to photograph. Probably not a good idea to block a combine or grain truck with my little SUV! #midwest #iowa #harvest #corn #soybeans #combine #johndeere #tractor #farmmachinery #landscape #landscapephotography #harvesttime #farm #farming #vanishing landscape #rural #ruralamerica Instagram Photos | videos | post

The harvest is in high gear here. I have to be extra careful where I stop to photograph. Probably not a good idea to block a combine or grain truck with my little SUV! landscape

37 likes - 0 comments
One those days where I’m either feeling footloose, or trying to stay two steps ahead of the blues, I’ll grab a notebook and camera and hit the road for a few hours. I’ll scout the backroads until something grabs my eye. It’s a terrific way of clearing my head.
That’s how I stumbled upon Don E. Granger. The #Texas businessman was sitting at the front door of his hardware store in eastern Montgomery County. I only stopped there because it I’d seen an old Chevy listing like a shipwreck in the grass behind the store. 
A handwritten sign on the door admonished clients and vendors from using any foul language on the premises, but all I wanted was a picture of the car. 
Granger nodded when I explained. You could almost hear his bones groan as he shuffled out back with me. 
But Granger is still proud of the sun-bleached 55 Chevy behind the hardware store. The car’s green paint lost its luster decades ago, and the once sleek chrome hood ornament—its silver wings outstretched in flight—has dulled with age. Whiskery Texas grass skirt the car's tires now. A clear indication that the Chevy hasn’t budged from this spot in years. 
The #Chevy owner, and former high school coach, beamed as he talked about the car he bought with his hard-earned pay over six decades ago. Granger pats the car’s rust-speckled front quarter panel the way a jockey touches a prize-winning thoroughbred. “I bought this Chevy when I got out of the #Army in 1955 for $1,645. I had about $1,000 saved up and put it on the car,” he told me.
The Chevy holds a lot of memories. Each mile on the odometer tells a story. Granger taught and coached high school football before retiring. Granger’s not ready to part with the car yet—if ever. “People have offered to buy it from me, but I just can’t sell it,” he conceded. “I may even get it fixed up one day.” #jj_houston #jj_texas #ig_texas #igtexas #55chevy #55chevrolet @chevrolet @thewoodlandstexas #ruralamerica #stories #carsofinstagram #carswithoutlimits #igwoodlands #woodlandstx @officialchevyworld Instagram Photos | videos | post

One those days where I’m either feeling footloose, or trying to stay two steps ahead of the blues, I’ll grab a notebook and camera and hit the road for a few hours. I’ll scout the backroads until something grabs my eye. It’s a terrific way of clearing my head. That’s how I stumbled upon Don E. Granger. The businessman was sitting at the front door of his hardware store in eastern Montgomery County. I only stopped there because it I’d seen an old Chevy listing like a shipwreck in the grass behind the store. A handwritten sign on the door admonished clients and vendors from using any foul language on the premises, but all I wanted was a picture of the car. Granger nodded when I explained. You could almost hear his bones groan as he shuffled out back with me. But Granger is still proud of the sun-bleached 55 Chevy behind the hardware store. The car’s green paint lost its luster decades ago, and the once sleek chrome hood ornament—its silver wings outstretched in flight—has dulled with age. Whiskery Texas grass skirt the car's tires now. A clear indication that the Chevy hasn’t budged from this spot in years. The owner, and former high school coach, beamed as he talked about the car he bought with his hard-earned pay over six decades ago. Granger pats the car’s rust-speckled front quarter panel the way a jockey touches a prize-winning thoroughbred. “I bought this Chevy when I got out of the in 1955 for $1,645. I had about $1,000 saved up and put it on the car,” he told me. The Chevy holds a lot of memories. Each mile on the odometer tells a story. Granger taught and coached high school football before retiring. Granger’s not ready to part with the car yet—if ever. “People have offered to buy it from me, but I just can’t sell it,” he conceded. “I may even get it fixed up one day.”

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Farm Structures Instagram Photos | videos | post

Farm Structures

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Piecemeal the summer dies;
At the field’s edge a daisy lives alone;
A last shawl of burning lies
On a gray field-stone.
All cries are thin and terse;
The field has droned the summer’s final mass;
A cricket like a dwindled hearse
Crawls from the dry grass. 
#richardwilbur #american #poets #poetry #writtenword  #travel #southcarolinsta #ruffchapel #ridgewaysc #iconic #historic #vintage #roadsideamerica #cupola #gravecage #cemeteryart #picturedixie #palmettostate #liveinthelight #windowlight #wroughtiron #ruralamerica #smalltownusa #placestogo #nikon📷 #nikon_photography #jenniferweberphotography⚜️ Instagram Photos | videos | post

Piecemeal the summer dies; At the field’s edge a daisy lives alone; A last shawl of burning lies On a gray field-stone. All cries are thin and terse; The field has droned the summer’s final mass; A cricket like a dwindled hearse Crawls from the dry grass.

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