It's that time of the year....

It's that time of the year....

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday….

A cornfield in east central Illinois before the corn was picked and the field became a pile of rubbish.

7 sep 05 006

Linking to

http://rubbishbyroan.blogspot.com/

Have a wonderful day!  Stay safe and be happy!!

Beth

27 comments:

  1. the corn on the cob, at the jersey shore, is the best there is!!

    i love when corn field looks like this, many farms create corn mazes in the fall and they are fun (at first)!!!

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  2. Good shot. I wonder if the fsrmer harvests for seed corn or cow food. MB

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  3. Being the farmer's daughter that I once was....this is good for silage!

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  4. It's a pile of rubbish now? Hope that one day the rubbish will be hauled away so corn can be planted again.

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  5. But that's rubbish I can live with:)

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  6. I will always remember Illinois as corn, soybeans, corn soybeans, house, soybeans, orchard, corn, house.

    Love,
    Janie

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  7. Some of my favorite rubbish. Hearing the corn in the wind in the fall is a lovely sound.

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  8. I love those corn fields when they look like that. Hugs, xo

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  9. I totally enjoy seeing crops...corn is at the top of my favorites list!

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  10. Beth, There's corn in the fields around here that about 4 inches tall already. I am happy that the fields across the road and near us this year will have beans.LOL. xoxo,Susie

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  11. I like corn fields as well and see quite a few of them where I live!!!

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  12. My dad tried to grow some corn in his garden but this isn't exactly corn country around here and the corn cobs were pretty tiny. Tasty though.
    I just came from Connections more and she was also featuring a "Rubbish Tuesday". Is this some kind of exclusive club? Is there a secret initiation ceremony? Is their an oath? Do I get to wear a robe? OK I'll shut up.

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  13. Before we know it, the cornfields will look like this again. I really like this shot. Thanks for linkin up!

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  14. Interesting to note that we don't eat corn as much as the American people do, from what I have been told.

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  15. Hi, Beth....never heard of this link party....now I have to go look for rubbish so I can play....:)

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  16. You too, Beth. Bertie

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  17. A pile of rubbish.... for the next season to come up.

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  18. They should make a cornfield maze out of that. Awesome!!

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  19. Man it's been a year since I've had corn, I so miss it with the carbs :(

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  20. Beautiful, we don't grow much corn in the UK but you do see it occasionally - nothing else sounds like the breeze blowing through a cornfield.

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  21. Great photo shame the field became a rubbish tip

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  22. I like this quote . . . no rubbish there . . .
    "When you come to the edge of all that you know, you must believe one of two things: there will be earth upon which to stand, or you will be given wings to fly." author unknown

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  23. hmmmm, now i'm thinking i should make corn on the cob tonight!

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