Thursday, October 25, 2012

Cornfield/Rural Thursday

Cornfield, Uxbridge

I took this photo because I love the lines in the field of cow corn and way it has been cut. I think the farmer is measuring the yield per acre.

Farm machinery

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33 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

I was surprised in the second photo to see how much was left. They must go back over it again?

Great shots,

Gill

Cloudy said...

Kind regards and a day full of sunshine...

Cloudy

Andy said...

The fields are busy this time of year.

Rebecca said...

I love the composition of the first photo. Nice job.

Jacquelineand.... said...

Beautifully composed shots...it's funny, when I see the autumn fields half-harvested I always seem to see a mysterious potential.

Janet said...

So beautiful with the golden corn and trees, green grass and blue sky.

sharon dadivas said...

What a great shots. Its amazing to see the lines created during the corn harvest. It looks like a masterpiece by itself.
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Sandra said...

never seen a corn field like this one, really beautiful and i like the rows... just came from a cotton field. lots of fun today

Crafty Gardener said...

There has been lots of activity in the fields around here. Love seeing the rural photos.

Amy Burzese said...

The first photo is great with the clear rows showing. I see the random path cut in the corn around here and wonder why they did it that way.

rainfield61 said...

There is art everywhere we go.

Lois Evensen said...

Oh, I like these, too. And, it's good for the city folks to see where our plentiful food comes from and the work it takes to produce it.

TexWisGirl said...

takes me back to my much younger days in wis.

kelley jensen said...

that is cool to see it cut like that.

Gillian Olson said...

That's a really neat view. Thanks,

Paul in Powell River said...

Beautiful - like how the colour of the straw matches the colour of the tr5ees in the top pic.

Snowcatcher said...

I love how the lines in the first photo lead the eye into the photo. But those trees in the background!!! My goodness you have a gold mine!!!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice shots. I love going to the Valley and watching the corn harvest. Very cool. MB

Buttons said...

Oh I love this to I have actually stopped at almost every field of corn being harvested I love it that much. I must say there is a lot of corn in my area so I am sitting more than driving. I just love watching the combine work.
I love your shots. B

RedPat said...

Love that first shot!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love how perfectly straight the lines are. I think it's too hilly to do that around here!

Rohrerbot said...

That is really an interesting shot....he looks like he's evaluating crop vs income stuff. Lovely fall pic.

Jack said...

I like your first shot. The colors are saturated and the lines move from the people to the convergence at the end of the field.

Renae said...

That is a very impressive view of the farms and the modernization methods that we probably don't really realize. Cool.

Sue said...

Absolutely wonderful.

=)

Ida said...

Cool shots. I really like the first one.

Stephanie said...

Fabulous shots, CameraGirl!

cieldequimper said...

I love 'graphic' fields!

Lmkazmierczak said...

Bear With Me...Can finally see around the corners of the roads♫♪ Beautifully composed.

Rose said...

I love these, specially the first. I always love looking down long rows of anything.

see you there! said...

The lines in that first photo are very striking, I wonder how hard it is to get it cut so perfectly.

Darla

Nancy Claeys said...

Love the vivid colors and vintage look to these images.

George said...

You did a great job of capturing the lines in that first photo. Your photos of a corn harvest are beautiful.

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