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Wonderful photos, Sherry. Is that field of bunch grass Little Bluestem? When I live on the prairies of ND, Big Bluestem and Little Bluestem were my favorite native grasses. They look like their seedheads are feathers. You have a beautiful place, and I see you have a tree turning already. Down here in central KY it's still very warm, and no leaves turning yet, except some Black Walnut trees I saw the other day, the leaves were getting a little dry and yellow colored. Have a wonderful Sunday tomorrow. Take care of you and yours. From KY.
Love your photographs, Sherry. Hope that your Sunday goes well,Jane
Thanks Jane and Kathy ~ Michigan was glorious this Sunday.Jane - thank you for the kind words.Kathy ~ ditto Kathy. And you may know more about that grass than I do...I don't know what type it is~! The colors are just starting here. That one tree of ours always beats the others by turning first. The others should follow suit soon. Thanks for checking in...:)
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