At the end of a dead end road in Tennessee.
Sometimes you don’t know you’re off the highway until the car is up and over the shoulder, down and into the field. It sorta feels like that these days, crazy people shouting crazy people things and all sense of order slipping away, cars and trucks sliding off the road to parts unknown. So maybe we fasten our seat belts and hope for the best.
I made this image in Tennessee. I’d stopped to walk out into a field to get a closer look at something that turned out to be nothing and this scene was in my view on the way back to the car. It was a beautiful warm spring day and pretty yellow flowers were blooming all around me. I’d parked at the end of a dead end road. I stopped for a good bit to make a series of photographs, this one included. And then I stood on the ground in a field of pretty yellow flowers at the end of a dead end road in Eastern Tennessee, bound for Neshoba County, Mississippi.