where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 24, 2015 § 24 Comments
hot pops red
or as hominy harmony
Tagged: calico corn, decorative corn, ear of corn, flint corn, harvest, holiday decorations, hominy, husk, macro, pop corn, shucked corn, sunlight, uses for corn
What a gorgeous colour.
I’ve never seen a red corn before.
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Very well chosen words
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Beautiful coloring fun pairing.
Love the fall colors.
The words and imagery beautiful. I love the color!
This screams autumn color!
Wonderful warm autumn colors!
And it’s good to eat! And to grind!
Love your description of “calico corn!” Beautiful colors!
Love the photo and description, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
Beautiful colour! Love your description.
Clever and such a vivid image–nice!
And still yummy, yummy, yummy?
Such gorgeous colors.
Rich colors – divine!
Oh, what color… I could make a necklace of that. Better than rubies or garnets, for sure … 🙂
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
Poem pops … Red as the corn. Very nice! Jane
Awesome – have seen the black but never the red kind! Very nice 🙂
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