Forever standing proud to the south east of Mt. Baker in Washington. The corn field in the foreground has been reduced to stubble. Mount Snoqualmie.
…Elephants Eye! Well, I don’t have an Elephant handy so you’ll to take my word for it! This is a lovely field of Corn in Washington, just at the border. I really don’t know about Elephants but it is really high and is a nice looking crop. The land in Watcom County is flat farmland. Very much what I’m familiar with on our prairies. They are primarily concerned with Dairy, but corn is a major diet for Dairy Cows. It is cut as silage and stored in various ways, like a Silo or a pit!
Along the way in Langley is an active Dairy farm. Corn is grown here as cattle feed. At this time of year only the stubble remains.