Friday, April 29, 2016

fields of gold

The grass in a large field on the main road in town is bright yellow.

Every time we go by we wonder at it.  It can't be dry grass - that wouldn't be so entirely yellow as it is.  A new kind of grass?  We've never seen this before. It was hard to photograph it accurately.

A cover crop, maybe?


  1. This is such a bright colour! It could be a cover crop or it could be a crop that's been sprayed to kill it off for one reason or another. Very strange! The view of fields looks just like here!

    1. What a compliment, Clare! But I guess that's why they named it New England! I imagine it isn't yellow from any spraying: I hope there would be an uproar if it was. But it's never looked like that before.