Actually, I need to retract (partially) my smart assed reply.
I find it very inspiring and relaxing at the same time to be in the middle of a field, way out in the country, in the night (I tend to farm late), especially when I'm raking hay. I turn off the tractor and all the lights and sit there listing to the engine tick as it cools off. It's really dark. I mean so dark you can't see your hand in front of your face and I can hear the crickets and the rustle in the woods of animals scurrying around and if I look up in the sky to the north, usually I can see the northern lights. I find myself closer to God and everything he created. It's very peaceful.
Many times, as it gets closer to nightfall, when out in the field, the deer will come right out in the field with me. I guess because the tractor runs at a steady speed and noise level, they don't have a fear of it. I've had them walk right in front of the headlights, no more than 10 feet out front. Not run, just walk by. It's an strange feeling being out there all alone.
The coyotes baying in the distance will send a chill up your spine, reminding you that you are alone but you are in the tractor surrounded by steel and iron and of course any time I do go out and farm late, my varmit rifle is in the tractor just in case. I've never had thye ocassion to use it but I have seen wild dogs on field edges. So long as they are respectful of my presence, I act accordingly.