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Art, Naturally, Revisited

Almost the exact same spot and perspective as the previous post. What a difference three months makes.

Landscape

Update on Glass Gem Corn

I know you all have been wondering how the Glass Gem Corn has been doing after it stood back up.  A picture does better than my written word on this one. 94 more words

Urban Farm

Corn snakes

Snakes. Most people are scared of them. Some create myths about them. But a few are able to hold and keep one.

We live in a world that we must share with other fascinating and beautiful creatures. 296 more words

Day 108 - Farmland

Leaning
Against the
Rough-tongued
Corn stalks,
Hearing
Air walk
Between
The growing ears,
I think of
You.
Yes,
All the years
Have melted
Into half-formed… 63 more words

RIPENING CORN WITH WINDMILL - GARRY ARMSTRONG

“When the corn is high.” It has a ring to it. Having corn fields in the neighborhood definitely improves property values and gives us the opportunity for the ultimate summer treat — fresh corn on the cob. 14 more words

Photography

Copper, Roses and Fall

School has started back and my thoughts have turned to fall.  That time of year that makes us giddy.  When the sky couldn’t be bluer and the cooler weather makes us feel almost childlike.  256 more words

Don't make me write you into the corn field...

There’s an old saying that gets thrown around a lot, but it really is true…something about the ones who know us best also being the best at pushing our buttons. 339 more words

Musings