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Beyond Semi-precious

Lapidolite, Dumorterite, Iolite

even the sedimentary syllables shine


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flecked
mottled
dappled

fossilized blooms

petrified sunsets

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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Knee High by the 4th of July?


Just about.

The corn is very close to being right on track.

6 comments:

storybeader said...

I love how cornfields look! especially when you're driving my them, and you look down the rows. Fresh corn in our Oklahoma markets already!

TiLT said...

"corny post" - LOL - I get it :P

we are heading up north next week...gonna see lots of that! not going quite as far up as you though...only to Frankfurt

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

It's neat to see corn in different states...ours is 6' tall now!
And we're having homegrown sweet corn for supper :)

Made By Tammy said...

Farmer Moon - Looks Great!

Splendid Little Stars said...

heeheehee...very corny! mmm...love home-grown corn. (Some corn is as tall as me now.)

michele said...

Wow how exciting, and here I'm excited that my cucumber plant survived, lol. You'll definitely have lots of corn soon.