Most of tonight’s photos were taken in East Williamson County, Texas, but one or two might be from our neighbor to the east, Milam County. In both counties, the land and sky look grand. What we have here are cleared corn fields, those yet to be harvested, and what I think might be another hand shack, sitting majestically in the middle of a harvested field. When the corn was high, you didn’t see it. A “hand shack” was meant as a temporary residence for seasonal farm workers. Most I’ve seen, like this one, are squarely in the center of a field, making it the transition from rest to work an easy one. This entry fades with a day’s light on the last couple, one with that nice shade of blue I treasure.