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Beautiful scenes, both in the abundance of late summer and the peace of winter snow. That looks like a great corn crop!
Both photographs are beautiful! To have distinct seasons must be quite an experience...something we don't see here in so. California. Really beautiful!
Beautiful distinctive seasonal scenes, Carol. We have the same where we live in the Free State, South Africa, (sans snow, of course) but not much difference here in North Africa. The heat merely increases, lol! Your photos are stunning.
Both the barn and the field of corn just seem like iconic American images to me.
...and yet, seeing the trees bare their souls makes me love the second more than the abundance of summer.
That is really cool. I love the pictures and the contrast.
Great pictures! I love to compare them! I scroll up, I scroll down, I scroll up again, I scroll down again...lol. It was also neat to see the tree branches without any leaves on them - nice post!!
I love it when you do these comparison shots!Have a great week. Can't wait to see the photos.
I often think I should do seasonal shots of the same view, then forget until it is too late. These are particularly nice and striking.
I love seasonal series shots like this! I have a favorite little red barn that I have done through the seasons too! Great job :)
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