Friday, July 22, 2011

How Green is the Valley

Tree and Corn Field, near Elizabethtown, Ohio  © Doug Hickok

In the far southwest corner of Ohio, near the border of Indiana, is the Miami River floodplain, a fertile valley with land ideal for farming. Because of plentiful early season rainfall and flooding by river waters laden with nutrients, many corn crops are tall and healthy. The corn field in this image will do particularly well, as it is protected by the dryad in this spreading tree. 

This year, the valley is lush green with the promise of rich and rewarding harvests.

Leia recommends listening to this as we view this photo.
Thanks Leia!

Hope your weekend is rich with rewards.
And lush green.

And protected by tree nymphs.

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