Last Friday a couple of friends and I drove from Louisville over the Ohio River to neighboring Starlight, Indiana farm country for a fall lunch at Huber's Orchard and Winery. I brought my camera, looking for autumn color and farm scenes. This old white charmer was a favorite with its window boxes and farm implements set by the barn side. The view through this tree was especially appealing for the small dark cones on the tree. (At this time of the year I wish I'd been more serious about those tree identification projects we did in grade school since have no idea what this tree is!)
Bonus photo-have any idea what this crop is? I'm saying it's sorghum--not the sweet kind used for syrups, but the grain crop used for cattle feed and ethanol production. Whatever its use, thought it was beautiful ripening in the field.
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