Saturday, May 7th, was gorgeous here in the Hudson Valley, and staying home to do yard work was unthinkable (well, actually it was thinkable, but not acceptable) so off we went with cameras to the black dirt region. I think I've photographed this particular irrigation ditch a dozen times, but it's always different. The sunlight was creeping back across the field as the clouds moved on.
(This was photographed with the P67 and a 55mm lens that I'm becoming very fond of, but have rarely ever used before. I don't think wide angle is easy to use well, but I think I did so in this case. There's always a lot to learn.)