This photograph is of a main pebbled dirt road on Shelburne Farms. On the right in the foreground we can see that there is a road leading to a house. On the left side of this road there is a round medium sized wooden stake with the number 15 written in black on two different white rectangles. There is also a red reflector at the very top of the stake. On the right side of the main road are a few bare trees surrounded by green grass and hay. At the end of the main road on the right is a stop sign. On the left of the main road is a small patch of green grass. Then there is a road that intersects with this main road in the middle of the photo. Across this intersecting road, in line with the middle of the main road, is a telephone pole. The cables attached to the pole run left and right out of the photograph. On the right across this intersecting road we can see a bare field that is on a hill rising towards the horizon, with a tree line at the top. In the middle behind the telephone pole is a cluster of trees. In the left of this photograph in the background is fertile dirt that has just been churned by a tractor.