Jamie Reaume
photo by
Jamie Reaume
taken in
Holland Marsh, off Canal Road beside the 400 Northbound in the early morning in late October

artist statement:
"I was on my way to conduct yet another tour in the area. Literally just a matter of being in the right place at the right time. The rows of carrots is matted down with dew, the fog coming off the water an indication that the crispness in the air was dominant, and it was just prior to it being harvested later that day. It reminds me of the fragile nature of farming, that nature is the overriding factor in anything that takes place in a sector dominated by rapid change, and yet offers undeniable beauty.  This is farming. These fields give so much; a reflection that farmers and nature can work hand-in-hand for the best in our society." --- Jamie Reaume, Milton


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