Often I see patterns in the landscape and they can become interesting subject matter. I drove passed a farm and thought about a photograph accentuating the thin rows of grass in the corn field. I used my 210mm Hasselblad lens to tightly crop several rows. My exposure was 0.5 seconds at f22 and my focus was slightly before the mid-point to utilize the small aperture's extent of depth of field (it's important to know where to focus when using a small aperture to extend the focus through the image).
I made this photograph using my digital Hasselblad camera.