Posted on | August 22, 2016 | No Comments
Back in early August when the Broad Mouth Canyon Fire was raging on the other side of the hill, I went to the deep outback of Cache Valley for sunset pictures only a fire can create.
I found something unexpected – a corn field. A dry farm corn field. Next to the yellows of newly harvested wheat fields, the short, green tasseled stalks especially seemed out of place.
The property owner happened along and we visited for a moment. He called this field his “Dry Lake Corn”.
And this is what it looked like under a smoke filled sky at sunset:
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