Family farm life


The tractor kicks up a little dust as it makes its way through a Duplin County wheat field. Cindy Ivey, a student in Sampson Community College’s Shutterbugs 2 class this semester, took this photograph on her family farm, capturing her son and 6-year-old granddaughter in the cab as they work in the grain field around dusk.


The tractor kicks up a little dust as it makes its way through a Duplin County wheat field. Cindy Ivey, a student in Sampson Community College’s Shutterbugs 2 class this semester, took this photograph on her family farm, capturing her son and 6-year-old granddaughter in the cab as they work in the grain field around dusk.

Cindy Ivey/Shutterbugs 2

The tractor kicks up a little dust as it makes its way through a Duplin County wheat field. Cindy Ivey, a student in Sampson Community College’s Shutterbugs 2 class this semester, took this photograph on her family farm, capturing her son and 6-year-old granddaughter in the cab as they work in the grain field around dusk.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Ag-Farm-life.jpgThe tractor kicks up a little dust as it makes its way through a Duplin County wheat field. Cindy Ivey, a student in Sampson Community College’s Shutterbugs 2 class this semester, took this photograph on her family farm, capturing her son and 6-year-old granddaughter in the cab as they work in the grain field around dusk.

Cindy Ivey/Shutterbugs 2

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