Final row of the harvest.
I find it charming that there are a couple of barns (on what appears to be a working farm) right in the middle of the city. I wonder how long they’ll last?
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Bales of corn silage, ready for winter storage.
Every year I’m amazed that such thin stalks (with heavy corncobs) can get so tall. These were at least ten feet high.
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Rural Dane County, Wisconsin.
There’s nothing quite like the scenery in rural Wisconsin.
Jefferson County, south of Lake Mills.
When you’re bicycling through the farm-filled countryside, these are the skyscrapers you see.
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I love the look of red barns. In summer, they combine with lush greens and blue skies to make a perfect color palette. In winter, they contrast beautifully against the snow covered ground. All barns should be red.
This red barn is outside of London, Wisconsin, in Jefferson County.