We were out in Amish country, Holmes County, Ohio, about a month ago, and there was a wide pasture with hundreds of sheep and lambs. It was pastoral in an iconic and majestic way, and my wife grabbed this shot of some of the animals. The lens couldn’t handle the wide angle it would have taken to show how many sheep there really were, but it was easily a hundred, perhaps two hundred, on a single farm. If you get the chance to drive around in Holmes County one day, be sure to travel slowly. These scenes pop up everywhere you go. That’s the secret, really. Travel as slowly as you can manage. Perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to get trapped in traffic behind an Amish buggy. Then you’ll see the old life. I wouldn’t romanticize it, because it’s a hard life, and I wouldn’t choose it for myself. But it certainly is beautiful.