Sundown on the Prairie is one of my favorite pictures.
I found the perfect sunset over a farmhouse in Harrington after spending a day with a fellow who’d grown up in the area. While Jerry lives in Seattle, he keeps ranch land and owns the property on which several of “abandoned” farmhouses sit. He aims to preserve the history of the town formerly known as Rocklyn and is thrilled at local efforts to revive the downtown strip of Harrington.
Every picture I take holds a story.
Sundown on the Prairie, a riff of a line from the Tragically Hip song, Wheat Kings, encapsulates the day and honors the friendship I have with Jerry.
While the sun sets on every day—and all our lives—a new dawn awaits in the morning.