Norman’s Crossing is a tiny community in East Williamson County, Texas that I enjoy. You might recall posts from there, including a former one-room schoolhouse, and a lovely pasture of horses. In the farm country where we live, it’s also common to see family cemeteries, most often placed right next to the fields many families have tilled. One in Norman’s Crossing I like is the Saul family cemetery. The photos posted tonight are taken at different times this year. My first visit there was in March. I’ve sat on those images for while, but then last week I stopped by there again. The bare trees of March gave way to almost-summer leaves…and a field of wheat just beyond that once-barren tree. The passing of seasons create new landscapes for one’s pleasure.