Winter Sunrise

The sunrises over the prairie have been quite colorful lately.

There have been some mornings with mist in the air which creates a lovely pink glow.

This windmill has witnessed more than 100 years of sunrises.

The harvested cornfields lie quietly, resting beneath a snowy blanket.

And a trio of pine trees huddles against the cold.

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——-> UP NEXT: A tour of the OZ Museum in Wamego Kansas. Grab hold of Toto and head on down the yellow brick road for all things related to The Wizard Of Oz.

——–> AND LATER: The Historic Elgin Hotel B & B in Marion Kansas. Built in 1886, it offered luxurious rooms and was the site for many elegant banquets and balls. Today it has been fully restored and reopened as a B & B.

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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13 Responses

  1. Eliza says:

    I’m glad everyone survived the blizzard. We just got rain here in Wash. DC. I was reading some back posts (gardening, recipes, etc), and saw your onion harvest. Have you ever grown garlic? I never have but have always wanted to try it… Onions look fairly easy so maybe I’ll try planting some this spring.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Eliza,
      I’ve never grown garlic, but I think it’s very similar to growing onions – pretty simple. Good luck!

  2. Vivian says:

    WOW! Beautiful pictures. I’m glad you guys survived the blizzard. Spring isn’t too far off . . . .

  3. Joani says:

    Breathtaking. And, 4 U to be up so early. I would be snuggled down under the covers. Have a good one.

  4. Peggy says:

    Really beautiful photos! It all looks so peaceful. That sunrise is amazing.

  5. Dianna says:

    All beautiful – but the second photo is breathtaking!

    Dianna

  6. Can I just tell you how much I look forward to visiting your blog every day? This post is totally WOW. Well, all of your posts are totally WOW. 🙂

  7. Doe of Mi. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful. Love all the photos but, the pine tree shot I like the most. I have a thing for trees. They are so beautiful.

  8. So very pretty! The 4th photo is my favorite…the harvested corn fields. If I close my eyes I can almost feel it…the cold wind, the warmth of the sun on my face. very nice!

  9. As usual stunning photography for me to get lost in!! I envy you the openness to be able to capture the beauty of the sunrises without the obstacles of powerlines or buildings. Th

  10. Semalee says:

    Absolutely breath taking photos! Thanks!

    Semalee @ Nailing Jello to a Tree

  11. Teresa says:

    That is so beautiful. It makes me hate being stuck inside at work by the time the sun comes up here. Very glad I get to share yours.

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