Fall Colors 2019 – 9

Another lovely sunny morning! In its honor, I’m greeting it with a mug of apple cider to chase down my coffee.

The cornfields are a uniform color but it’s beautiful. Seas of dry corn color.

A few years ago, ethanol from corn was a big thing, and they built a very expensive plant for producing ethanol, in an industrial park in Clearfield. I don’t think it’s producing any ethanol at all, now – fracking has taken over.

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I’m going to slow down the rate of posting these, now. From here out it’s going to mostly be leaves falling off until all you see is pine trees.


  1. says

    Ketil Tveiten@#1:
    You should gather them all into a time-lapse animation when the last leaves are off.

    I should have set a camera on a tripod to just automatically take a frame every day. I’ve been shooting these hand-held so they’d bob all over the place if I tried to timelapse them.

    That might be something to think about next year, though. I have the technology.

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