Cows and Hibiscus

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – November 11 –
There’s a farmer’s market about three miles from our house. I caught a picture of the cows one day as we were passing and stopped in. The cows are able to access the corn field and eat the corn directly from the cornstalks. I was born and raised on a farm, but that is a first for me. I’ve shoveled many a load of corn into the corn crib in my time.
The final series of pictures are of a hibiscus we have in our house. The blooms come out daily, and shrivel up within 24 hours. These pictures were taken on consecutive days. I think part of the reason it’s blooming is; we brought it in out of the cold, and it thinks it’s spring.
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