Windmills have long been a staple of farms all across the country. They have provided life sustaining water to families down through the centuries.
This windmill is near my home in Southern Indiana. It stands alone against the storms that roll through this time of year. A symbol of the ingenuity and how the phrase "necessity is the mother of invention" applies to so many leaps forward in our civilization.
The windmill, especially with the backdrop of an ominous wall cloud brings to mind the Kansas Prairies of the Wizard of Oz. I tinted the photo in sepia to add to the vintage look of days gone by.
One of our fellow bloggers, Cynthia, recently stated a blog with her daughter in home decor. On the wall of of one of the rooms photographed was an Oklahoma windmill. That was the inspriration for this image....Thanks Cynthia. Her blog is: Cyndeelyn's.
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