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This week’s theme at Perceptive Perspective is Landscapes.  With the acquisition of another 68 acres, I’ve been going crazy taking landscape pictures.

Even though I plan on getting rid of them, the scrub and dead trees make interesting pictures.  Hopefully, I will replace them with big beautiful shade trees.

We are just starting to see a hint of color in the trees.  I love the bright green of the pasture that had already been mown for hay.

I just love the old farmer on the old tractor.  Truly, the variety of colors and textures in our Iowa fields and pastures are amazing.  I think I might live in the most beautiful place in the world.

I decided to take my camera and actually leave my property!  This one isn’t exactly a landscape.  I know it isn’t a cityscape.  It’s more of a smalltownscape.  At least these trees are starting to turn.

One of my favorite places off the farm to take pictures is at the marsh just a few miles from my home.

I love the beauty of this place.  It is usually quiet and peaceful.  I’m certainly going to have to go back soon when the trees are more brilliantly colored.

Soon, I will see geese resting here on their migration south.

To see more landscapes, visit Hollie at new2babycakes.


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