3 thoughts on “Grasses #1

  1. Carol Howe

    I still haven’t figured out exactly where this is.It looks pretty nice to me – what transition will you make between prairie and the rest of the property?

    1. Let me know if you get this twice. I’m experimenting to see what happens when I reply to the comment email. Here’s what I said in a comment responding to your comment:

      The two prairie fields are west of the shop and tractor barn, bordered by the road. They’re right next to each other, separated by a row of trees. That tree is in the separating row, and this is taken looking south. The ravine and creekbed are below the trees beyond the field. The photos for tomorrow and the next day are taken in the other field looking west. Transition? You mean the fescue band around the perimeter to keep the burn under control? Or the hedge trees between this and the field below the house? These are very specifically rectangular fields and have been for years, possibly since the late 1800’s.

      This next part is NOT in the comment. The following is also an experiment. It’s a link to the Google Map of our property. We’ll see if you can get it. Locate the house, shop, and tractor barn on the satellite photo. The prairie fields are the two bordered by the roads.

      963 N 1950 Rd, Lawrence, KS 66049 Link:

      Much love, MLH

  2. The two prairie fields are west of the shop and tractor barn, bordered by the road. They’re right next to each other, separated by a row of trees. That tree is in the separating row, and this is taken looking south. The ravine and creekbed are below the trees beyond the field.

    The photos for tomorrow and the next day are taken in the other field looking west.

    Transition? You mean the fescue band around the perimeter to keep the burn under control? Or the hedge trees between this and the field below the house? These are very specifically rectangular fields and have been for years, possibly since the late 1800’s.

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