8/30/2010 12:54:00 PM by Lauren Axelrod ·
Upon reading a book about the Hutterites and Amish is a class this semester, I started to think about the last time I had an interaction with this culture. I am originally from Pennsylvania, born in Carlisle in 1977. I grew up not to far from the Amish farms, where my mom and dad would bring me to watch them make bakery goods and make clothing and blankets.
These pictures by ronlace100 gave me such fond memories of Harvest time in Pennsylvania. The colors of the leaves as they change every season. The horse drawn plows, used for hundreds of years. Still being used on Amish farms. I think I appreciate it so much more, now that I'm older, and I like to think wiser. We certainly tend to take things for granted when we see them everyday, so I thank this wonderful photographer for giving me a special moment today.
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