There's more to do than bidding and buying at an auction.
Mud-bogging: a big guy slogs his way across one of many muddy, muddy places in the outside large equipment auction field.
Talking: catching up with friends is an important part of the day. Jaime enjoys the natural breeze as a lot of manmade breeze blows by in the conversations around her.
Exploring: Michaela is content to say on firm ground as James climbs to the heights above the animal pens in one of the barns where the auction was held.
Remembering: an elderly gentleman with his homemade walking stick passes piles of draft horse harness, perhaps remembering the days when he followed a team of Belgians across a mountain cornfield.
Playing: a young fellow peers through a crack in a piece of machinery. I have no idea what this thing is supposed to be. Anyone know?
Contrasting: modern machinery with old ways. A group of Amish men pass the horse barns at the auction, against a foreground of farm equipment.
Cogitating and splashing: Aaron ignores the mud as he examines a piece of equipment. Michaela? I think she's completely enjoying the mud.
More auction photos coming in another post.