Life of a Cornfield

From new baby corn.

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To fully grown corn.

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To golden corn.

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To really dead corn. I took this right before they cut it down yesterday. And I thought it looked perfect for Halloween.

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To all gone corn.

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And I caught a bunny and the sunrise this morning while taking the pictures of the cornfield harvest. Note my yard is littered with corn!

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Dry cornfields can be a fire hazard. And yet, it was kind of nice having my “forest” of cornstalks surrounding the place. Nice and private from my neighbors and the traffic along the road. And though we don’t have a lot of noise out here, what little we do have was also absorbed by the cornstalks. It also provided cover for the wildlife. So now…it’s just earth again. Or it will be when they finish plowing the fields.

And that is the life of a cornstalk field. They don’t plant it often, so it was fun having it for a change. 🙂 <3

Off to write and make bears. Another order! Got my word count on Cougar, but long way to go before it’s actually finished. 🙂

Have a super lovely weekend!


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