9/09/2007

Midwestern Cornfield

(Erie, MI) The sun beat down on this cornfield as I took some photos last week. If anything, it seemed hotter in the field than in the city during the afternoon heat.

Some of the stalks exceeded ten feet in height, putting to shame the anemic corn I grow in my own garden. In the lighting of the mid-afternoon the green of the cornstalks seems subdued.

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Blogger Hooda Thunkit said...

And those maroons in congress want us to make bio-fuels out of the corn and throw that stalks away...

Corn stalks and other grasses are the way to go, IMO.

2:36 PM  

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