10/1/14 #1 (Creek Bottom, Byers, CO)
There is a certain rhythm to the Eastern Plains of Colorado that moves at a pace largely invisible to most people with modern lives. Fields are planted, crops grow, mature and are harvested; leaving the ground to lie fallow before being turned under as the growing season begins again. Intuitively we know this is happening, but do not have the ability to see it firsthand. These photographs of farmer's fields, taken over a span of years, allow the viewer to study the beauty of these cycles and feel the rhythms and, in turn, to understand more about what is happening on the Eastern Plains.