Oh i can't wait to see it when it is full with corn. Nothing better than fresh corn
Love those colors stretching across the sky and field! Thanks for visiting my blog. You asked how cold it gets in Alabama. I am in Central Alabama, and we have had unusually cold lows this week in the teens and low 20s. However, very rarely, it can get down to zero. Our high the past couple of days has been in the 30s and 40s, but today we are headed to the 60s and up to 70 by Sunday! February here can bring ice or tornadoes. I see you live in Ohio. My grandmother was from there.
Beautiful sky colors.
lovely sky colours, esp the way the contrail catches the light!!i am fascinated at the way people capture the corn rows - whenevr i try, it simply looks off, so i am quite impressed at your skill!
I love your amazing sky view.GrammyMissouri, USA
Stunning photo, thank you for sharing. Have a great weekend.Smiles
How beautiful, from the tones and textures to the light and trails.
Hi.....It looks breathe taking and too good for words. I like your blog……
Great contrast from the corn field into to the tree silhouetes then up to the brilliant sky. Smiles B
Beautiful. I can't even begin to imagine 4 below. Brrrr!
Beautiful photo and love your "C" pick too.
great skywatch. I am so looking forward to Spring, but I will miss these pretty winter scenes.
Lovely early morning photo? You must wake up early. What do they usually plant in the field
It snowed in Normandy, a few days ago, which is rather unusual ...Beatiful light above this white field , and I love the sentence at the end of your text:the hope of spring !Do you want to play with me and HPY (there is a link on my blog towards HPY's blog)The rule is very plain:You take in your sixth album the sixth photo, you exhibit it and you describe or explain it, then, you choose six other bloggres to go on ..(More détails later on my blog)
this is soooo pretty!
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