This is a much different space from what I'm used to. There aren't very many people out here. Just a lot of farm stuff. It's not like it's unimportant. The Central Valley of California is one of the major ag regions on the planet. But I wonder if I will come to understand it as a photographer?
I do understand that this is what makes it all possible. It doesn't come from the sky in summer. It's a mining operation.
I don't have a pick-up truck but so far no one has held it against me. This is a car driving kind of thing. In the City you walk, the car is left in the parking lot of a suburban train station. If you did much walking out here, you would be viewed with suspicion.