Another random drive out-of-town and I stumbled upon a neat scene with an old barn.
One challenge I've noticed with winter photography is the increased difficulty in finding a place to park to get pictures. With snow, there is often no place to just pull off the road. I have passed up a number of photos I might have enjoyed taking because I could find no reasonable place to leave the car.
For this shot I was on a very rural road, and at a four way stop there was sufficient room to pull my car about 2/3 of the way off the road. I was taking photos around 4 in the afternoon, and even though I was five or six miles out of town, I was surprised at the amount of traffic. There must have been one or two cars constantly moving through the whole time I was shooting.
But I was still fairly pleased with the result.
I liked the large number of hay bales, seen with a different angle.