Thursday, April 25, 2013

Rurality, Ranch Gate

Dallas County is a very rural county in the heart of Alabama's Black Belt region.
 Main crops include timber, catfish and cattle, and this is the gate to the
 Circle H Cattle Farm, recently featured in the Alabama Cattlemen Magazine.

5 comments:

Alica said...

I spent some time looking through your recent posts...and I really enjoy the shots you've posted here! Beautiful, and simple. Thanks!

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

I like bold graphic things. This is cool.

Barbara Farr said...

Do they use the wagon wheel as there brand?

Lowell said...

I like! Wagon wheelish. I found an old wagon wheel (real one) on an Indian reservation in Scottsdale (I lived in Phoenix then) back when I was about 13. I was on horseback with a friend. We got chased by Indians in an old car, but they couldn't catch us in the desert. I was quite frightened.

Kate said...

A closed curve...I wonder what our ancient ancestors would think if they could see how the circle has been used?!