A close-up look at wheat, ready for combining.
While shooting landscapes I looked down and saw this gem. Beauty is sometimes right at your feet. It’s good to look down, we might miss something.
It was a little incongruous to see a combine working deep inside town limits.
More of our gardens’ bounty. Butternut squash, sweet potatoes (and more to come!), and an experiment with corn. I think this is the only ear we got; we should do a little better next year once some trees are pruned which will allow more sunlight to reach the garden.
A field of pumpkins, ready for harvest.
A sign of the season. This tomato field has already given up some of its bounty.
What we harvested today from our garden. Chocolate Cherry and Roma tomatoes, Jalapenos, tomatillos, a poblano and a sweet pepper. We are blessed to have such a productive garden. I am blessed to to have such an industrious partner who loves putting her green thumb to work.