Ott, E really enjoys photography (or for the purpose of this blog I'll call it phOTTography) and while he's out and about for work he often takes pictures of fields, sunsets, or whatever grabs his attention. So I thought it would be fun to highlight some of his pictures from time to time and we'll call it; County Side phOTTography.
In this picture of a soybean field; you can see they were planted in what was a corn field from the year before. This is the time of year when farmers are out planting their soybeans and this type of planting is called No-Till as the farmers do not have to disk or plow up the land in order the plant their crops. This saves time, money, and top soil from eroding or blowing away in the wind. (Little fact to pass along; last year 77.5 million acres were planted to soybeans in the US. Soybean oil is used in some common products like crayons and candles.)