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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Wordless Wednesday

 


14 comments:

Barbara said...

Look at those corn stalks! They have their own kind of beauty, don't they. And money. They represent $$ to my brother-in-law, who sells corn seed in the upper midwest. Very successful at it, too. He turned to that career when milking the cows with a masters degree in agronomy wore thin.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Ready for harvest!!

DUTA said...

Yellow is an optimistic color! it does good to the eyes to look at these stalks.

WILLIE...! =(^..^)= said...

What can I do with corn stalks for Halloween?

Decor ideas for Fall and Halloween..

1)Use them at the front door...
2)You can decorate the stalks with colorful flowers
or with fruit..
3)In wooden boxes..
4)In wreaths..
5)Corn garlands..
6)Fence arrangement..
7)On the stairs..
8)Decorate the light pole..

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful.

Quiet and Sun by Alexa said...

Great picture.

Beside a babbling brook... said...

Another photo, which captures the Autumn Season...

🍁 🎃 🌰 🎃 🍁

Sparky said...

All the corn has been harvested in our area (SE Georgia). Most of our locals grow Cracked Corn for the livestock. I love watching the fields grow all summer and their little yellow tassels at maturity. It is pretty.
Blessings. xx

Linda said...

WOWOWOWOWOW. Same here, Mari. smiles

Terri D said...

I grew up with a field like that in my backyard. Love it!!

Henny Penny said...

So pretty! Wish I had an armload of those cornstalks.

As usual, just caught up woth your last two posts. Your fall pictures from the country road are beautiful. The girls did such a good on the pumpkins.

carrie@northwoods scrapbook said...

A friend of mine used to live in a different house and at that house she had a lamp post down in the front yard just down from the porch. She used to put corn stalks all around it and when it would shine at night it looked just like a harvest moon among the corn. 😊 🍂

Great-Granny Grandma said...

Beautiful.

Jenny the Pirate said...

I know they're not sheaves because they're not wheat but I started humming Bringing In The Sheaves anyway, haha. xoxo