This week as I reworked some galleries on my site, I ran across the Holga photo below. I immediately recognized that I had photographed the same truck at the same annual car show this past September. I guess I have a thing for flames.
Now that winter has arrived in Bloomington, I’m immediately thinking back to our warm summer. A few months ago, I received several rolls of film back from the lab. These rolls contained miscellaneous photos I had shot over the course of the summer from farmer’s markets, family visits and hikes at the lake. Here are a few of my favorites:
Established in fall 2017, the Indiana University Campus Farm encompasses 10 agricultural acres, a late 1800s farmhouse and four barns on the former Hinkle-Garton Farmstead just a few blocks from the IU Bloomington campus.
Indiana University Campus Farm manager Erin Carman-Sweeney picks tomatoes at the farm on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Established in 2017, the farm includes 10 agricultural acres, a late 1800’s farmhouse and four historic barns at the Hinkle-Garton Farmstead just a few blocks from the IU Bloomington campus. (James Brosher/IU Communications)
A selection of freshly-harvested new girl (red) and heirloom (yellow, brown, green) tomatoes are sorted into bins at the IU Campus Farm on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. (James Brosher/IU Communications)