But not far either. Chesterton mill is a place that I'd love to photograph more, but the 40min drive just makes it a little inconvenient: not close enough to just pop out, not far enough to justify a road trip.
When we arrived it was just in time to catch the last failing rays before the clouds covered the setting sun. This was shot from the road just down the hill from where the cars normally park, rather than further into the fields where most seem to work.
Nikon D610 & AIS Nikkor 28mm f3.5 - you can see the slight vignetting from the older lens in the corners of the sky area. Sometimes it holds detail really well, but on this occasion it seemed to struggle a bit, or perhaps the corn was waving a little more than the shutter speed could accommodate.