Gold of the Midwest by lyndemc

Gold of the Midwest

It's nearly harvest time for this field.
lovely shot and I love the edit. fav
September 29th, 2017  
A lovely shot and pov
September 29th, 2017  
Lovely image!
September 29th, 2017  
Great capture. Is the corn mostly dried when it's picked. This one sort of looks dried. Just curious.
September 30th, 2017  
@rickster549 Yes, the drier the kernels, the better. Moisture content is measured electronically (these days); if there's too much moisture left in the kernels at the time of harvest, the corn has to be mechanically dried which costs the farmers. They're very happy about the hot & dry couple of weeks of weather we have here lately.
September 30th, 2017  
Wow lovely composition and processing.............this looked like one of your photos before I saw your name Denise!
September 30th, 2017  
a beautiful photo Denise. Your favourite browns with that pop of yellow in the centre
September 30th, 2017  
nice tones. is this feed corn?
October 1st, 2017  
A lovely soft image! Like Jackie - I was interested in what this corn was used for - it looks too dried out to eat.
October 1st, 2017  
Beautiful shot and processing! :-)
October 2nd, 2017  
It's just perfect as is your processing!
October 3rd, 2017  
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