Wordless Wednesday: Corn

From October 16, 2011

From October 16, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. the land speaks:
    corn




    Aloha from Waikiki;

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  2. Perfect!! Rest well and have a great tomorrow!

    Sylvia

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  3. Corn, corn flower corn husks and corn dolls. So much can be done with corn.:)

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  4. Beautiful photos!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  5. i love those photos!
    they are gorgeous!

    have a great day!

    betty

    would you be so kind enough to delete my links as i 've joined the "your world tuesday meme" without having read the rules properly.
    thanks so much!

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  6. Hello ~ Beautiful shots of signs of the end of summer. Love the up close and personal shot of the corn. I have missed seeing your creative shots ~ I took a break from the blogging world as I tried to get a handle of life. Take care.

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  7. Around here the corn is nearly all picked. The combines were working overtime right before this rain set in.

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  8. Corn, corn stalks, and autumn. Sign me up!

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  9. That corn certainly speaks!
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  10. great closeups and details-fall is here!

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  11. Wow...the corn kernel close-up looks great! Lots of those around our farm here, but I never thought to take a picture of them.

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  12. On the cob - with lashings of butter- mmmm.
    Grand post Sandy.

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  13. Beautiful color on the corn.
    The image of the plant itself says a lot about the changing season.

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  14. These are perfect pictures for autumn.

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  15. Anonymous6:38 PM

    Great pics. Too bad the price of corn is so high I might need to buy some for the critters. My oaks didn't produce acorns this year and my squirrels are starting to look worried!

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  16. splendid photos. corn is a blessing

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  17. what would we do without it...

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  18. Lovely Sandy. I'd like both those images in inset tile for a kitchen (if I still owned my "big" house).

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  19. Fantastic macro shot.

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