Back at work on ninety-three once again, hoping to get some work done before the weather takes a turn for the worst in the next few weeks and winter settles in.
Harvest is my favorite time of the year to photograph rural Nebraska. There's lots of activity in all the little towns and the late afternoon sun has a warm quality to it that just isn't there the rest of the year. I revisited a few places and discovered a few new ones. The sun sets so early.
The above photograph is from downtown Pierce. Just the small detail of a glass brick from a building.
Also visited: McLean, Magnet, Hartington, Coleridge, Belden and Laurel.