Agtography: Post-Harvest 2017

Now that it’s 99 degrees and this year’s crops have all been planted, I thought I’d take us back to a slightly cooler time in early November, just after harvesting some heartland gold.

Full cobs of corn peeking from beneath the leftover stalks, empty bright red husks, a freshly harvested field at sunrise, stalks still firmly rooted in the ground, the ever-pesky, but quite photogenic, buttonweed, and some enchanting milkweed pods bursting with silky seeds at sunset round out my photojournalistic stroll of the remains of harvest around our acreage.

It’s not a secret that harvest is my favorite time of year, but I’m quickly realizing that Agtography (a term I may have just made up) is a niche I love about as much as agriculture itself.

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