Last week when I was driving home after spending the day with Aussie, the sun was going down behind me and ahead of me were fields of previously mown hay getting mowed down even further by a lot of loose black cows. When my car reached the top of a hill, all I could see was the golden brown of the hay and the crazy amount of black cows spread out evenly almost to the horizon line. So pretty. And kind of surreal. It looked like a big chocolate chip cookie, make that chocowlate.
But dang, those hills never have areas by the side of the road to stop and take a picture so I tried to find some other place to stop. It's just that once you're off a hill, your viewpoint changes and so what was once a field dotted with evenly spaced cows, becomes a landscape with dotted lines of cows. AND, not to help things, the cows decided to move themselves away from the road. All roads. I drove around as much as I could trying to find a good place to take a picture before the sun went down but that just never happened.
Oh well, at least I did capture the pinkish cast of the setting sun which was making the landscape glow because it really did glow.