Saturday, October 13, 2018

Good morning, girls

Sassafras trees

A sugar maple in a grove of oak

The Captain has his cattle in my pasture. He is supplementing the grass with red clover hay. I get the seeds and nutrients. He gets to stretch out his winter hay supply.

One of the keys to making this work is to put the feeders on the patches with the greatest need of additional nutrients. It is helpful to strategically place salt and water so the cattle walk across other patches that need nutrients.

A persimmon branch bent over by the weight of the fruit.

Another sassafras tree.

I was taken with this sculpture in Lansing. The swirl of the water, the flowing of the gown and towel.

If you look closely, you will see the breath of the girl who is closest to the camera.

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