Good Morning, October

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This was my vantage point every morning growing up at Gunderland (near Rolfe, Iowa), as it was this morning. Until several years ago, this view included a large red corn crib, a tiny red chicken house, and fewer round grain bins.

Later this morning, soybean harvest will resume here.

(Click here to go to Louise Gunderson Shimon’s blog’s home page.)

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2 Responses to “Good Morning, October”

  1. Marti Carlson Says:

    Beautiful photo; I love the light and the angle. Wish I could have been there.

  2. Louise Gunderson Shimon Says:

    Marti, thank you. While the photo probably appeals more to those of us in the family, I imagine most anyone who lived in a particular house for several enjoyable years and moved away would love a chance to go down memory lane for a “view from home.”

    I’m glad you like it. It did seem like such a “good morning” photo, probably especially since I had been out in the field the night before and I knew the hubbub of farm machinery would start up again shortly.

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