Monday, July 27, 2020

Harvested

This is one of two fields of grain that are farmed down at the bottom of the path we take through the woods. It's often planted in wheat, but sometimes in barley or other grains. One year it was resplendent with sunflowers. Just a couple of weeks ago, the farmer harvested both fields. As fall approaches, he'll plow the fields and re-plant if he's growing winter wheat.

Looking northeast toward the river. It's behind those tall trees.

We had some rain on Sunday morning. Not a great soaking, but every little bit helps. Today we're back to sunny and hot. They're saying we'll hit 30ºC (86ºF) this afternoon. Yikes!

5 comments:

  1. It has been hitting more like 35°C here lately, but we're dipping back down to your range today -- super humid, though.
    Your photo has such a cool blue/green/gold composition -- I love it!

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  2. Wow! 86 is what I am hoping we get when it cools off in a few days.

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  3. My thoughts exactly, Judith.

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  4. I love how the scenery and colors constantly change around you.

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  5. judy, humidity, ugh! We're lucky not to have much. I remember Washington, DC...

    thickethouse, good luck!

    bettyann, :)

    mitch, me too. We didn't feel much seasonal change in SF.

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