An Amish farm and homestead near Manheim, PA.
Harvest time in Lancaster County. The Amish do not use tractors. No driver's license required.
No automobiles, No trucks. No vehicle registration fees. Simple. Easy.
No gasoline powered machinery. Just raw horsepower.
Amish Women with horse power.
Heading back to the field for another wagon load of corn.
No electricity. No phones (or cell phones). No television. A quiet evening after a long day's work that began before sunrise.
No school buses here either. They come and go in horse drawn buggies. Or they walk.
An Amish housewife on a shopping spree. There are hitching posts and rails in many towns in Lancaster County.
A horse whisperer in Strasburg, PA
Amish family walking to church. Church is an all day social affair - they bring food.
Another family arriving for church.
Two Amish women arriving for church with more food.
Some walk to church. Others arrive from farther away.
This is where church is on this particular Sunday. An Amish farm near Lititz, PA.
An Amish farm in the winter near Lititz, PA. No electric washers or dryers. Air dry.
Amish girls and boys sledding on their way home from school ... near Nickel Mines, PA
A wintry day on Weaver's Lane in Lancaster County.