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Such a beautiful land.
Beautiful capture and such lovely blue, blue skies! Welcome to the fun! And being able to enjoy such beautiful skies from all over the world. Happy 1st SWF! Hope you have a lovely weekend! And thanks for your visit and comment, always appreciated!Sylvia
What a beautiful clear blue sky! I haven't seen a sky this clear for what seems like forever.
That's a great Midwest shot - it looks like a perfect day. You have an excellent blog here, your photos are superb. Your flower captures are exquisite.
is that corn field? oh i love this landscape.www.ewok1993.wordpress.com
There's something special about a tall windmill in a real corn field.Very nice photo!
Great blue skies and love the rustic feel!Welcome to Skywatch!
Yep. I'm still here. A lot quieter these days. I'm all over the place reading tho. Thanks for stopping by!
A great photograph. Love the deep blue sky color.Costas
Your windmill is such a lovely image with the blue sky and the stark color of the necessary windmill. I love farm windmills. I have a small copy in my wildflower garden, but it does not even compare to the real thing I've seen on farms all across the Midwest.
I always find these small windmills very attractive. Not only do they look good, they are a symbol of independent living.Esther
Blue sky, corn field and windmill, perfect heartland shot.
The windmills always catch my eye for a shot.
I've always wanted a wind mill. Beautiful shot.Have a wonderful weekend.
Wonderful photo! Midwest is best:-) I hope you have lovely skies like that the first week of Oct. when I will be traveling to Iowa for the big quilt show.
Wonderful country landscape, - the corn, the clear blue sky, and that handsome windmill - just perfect.
A windmill in the corn against a bright blue sky! Perfect Skywatch.
How far in to fall does corn grow? This is a great shot. LOL now I gotta a craving for corn on the cob. =)
It is field corn in the photo, not the eating kind. Harvest has begun and all the corn is now brown, harvest is a good 3-4 weeks early this year. This photo was taken 3 or 4 weeks ago.
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