Prairie Corn

On any given rural road in East Williamson County, Texas, I’m seeing an abundance of corn.   Never mind that most of what’s on my visual radar is feed corn, or corn for meant for fuel.  In a landscape image, corn is corn.   Those stalks are progressing nicely this season,  a rich, healthy green.  Soon, as harvest time nears, those stalks will take on a yellow, almost-burnt appearance.  That’s okay.  It means the field is ready for market.   Allow this collection of recent images from the Blackland Prairie, including a self-serving photo of the roof of my car as I amble along 

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