Were these fields full of ripe grain, as in amber waves of grain? Or are they just beautiful wild prairie grasses?
Wheat fields after harvest, just the stubble showing. Amber waves are gone in this photo. Good morning Winnie!
Good morning MaryJane. Sitting in airport waiting to board for trip home. It is supposed to be 73 today in Gainesville. Say what? After these past few days below 20 degrees and wind, it is going to feel very weird not bundling up to go outside and then slipping and sliding on the thick ice.
That picture makes me want to learn to drive a harvester. ‘Course the local farmers would be all lined up behind me chasing me down for using it to cut designs in the wheat…
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