A photographic look at life in Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding area
Amazing, I have never seen anything like this!
superbe paysage et beau contrasme entre le ciel et la culture
Looks like you could walk on it.
this is an extraordinary picture !!!!!!!!
An all-encompassing woolly experience.
Magnificent field with so lovely blue sky!Thanks so much for your gentle visit in my blog!purrs and loveLuna - WE LOVE LUNA*** My mommy said you are a great and talent girl.I must agree, your blog is full of wonderful spots and pictures!
Beautiful shot of cotton field!
Aha! We saw lots of these as we drove through the southeast on our way to Colorado...(Stayed in Tupelo, by the way - going and coming)Re the piano...we were told there is really no such thing as a "baby" grand...they're known by their different sizes in the trade.Doesn't matter, of course, 'cause people will continue to call them Baby Grands and Concert Grands...We took one home! In fact, the one you see is the one now sitting in our living area. Great fun!We did put up a Colorado blog, which we'd invite you to visit...I've got too many blogs so don't feel you've got to comment - just enjoy!http://coloradoincolor.blogspot.com
"The fabric of our lives."
Wow what a super neat picture. I like it . May I borrow it for my background on my computer? MB
This takes «Louis» back to his Texas childhood - memories of the overfull trailers hauling the cotton to the cotton gin, the smell of the burning cotton burrs, the incinerator for the burrs glowing orange in the night with cinders flying into the sky...
This is gorgeous! Best cotton field photo I've seen in a while.
Outstanding! We have cotton fields that will be ready for picking soon. Looks like these are close.
I really love it !!Great capture of al the cotton... nice position taken...Greetings from Holland,Anna
Beautiful! I love cotton fields.
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