July 31, 2017
A Study of Cornfields in Pennsylvania, USA

While Elsie and I were visiting three of our children and their families in the Lancaster area of Pennsylvania, my dad and several brothers and grandchildren visited with my brother Leon Bowman and helped him on some projects. Some of us trimmed lower branches from trees and some worked on chipping up a large pile of branches and other brush. I helped gather up branches and also took these photos of the cornfield next door.

a photo of the edge of a cornfield

A Landscape View of the Edge of the Cornfield (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

another photo of the same cornfield edge

A Portrait View of the Same Edge (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

I also looked the other direction and across the narrow road past my brother's house and noticed this well-kept farm.

a neighboring farm

Large Expanse of Lawn around a Well-kept Farm (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

I now return to the cornfield. With my camera at a higher angle, I could see the whole cornfield.

back to the cornfield

Cornfield Photo #1 (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

another view of the cornfield

Cornfield Photo #2 (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

cornfield photo on the slant

Cornfield Photo #3 (10-Jul-17; © Richard L. Bowman)

Well, what do you think of this study of a cornfield? Give me your opinion of which photos you liked best by submitting the form below. Thanks. 

--©2014-17, Richard L. Bowman

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