Really gorgeous shot, T!
Beautiful! I thought at first it was winter wheat. Farmers in our area will be picking wheat in the next couple of weeks.
now we know where they phrase came from, it is amber colored and gorgeous and i bet it waves really good in the breeze. great shot.
Awesomeness. Love the gold and greens in this shot. I can see why it's your Sunday Best!Di
Wow, so far ahead of us! You saw where ours is (very short and very green)! Gorgeous shot!
Gorgeous! I love the composition and the colors!
That is gorgeous, Theresa. Wow. It would make a lovely print. You have such a good eye!
Oh the potential! Let's go make bread ;-)
Yup, what Allison said.
I just love your food photography!
Gorgeous shot...love the lighting!
Seeing the wheat brings back sweet memories for me....my granparents grew wheat.
Beautiful Picture. My chickens sure would love to eat it :)
You even make wheat look good. That would be pretty hanging on the wall. You should do an etsy store and offer prints for sale.
You sure have lots of interesting things growing by that fabulous pond of yours! Love this picture!
Lovely color! Nice shot! Haven't seen wheat in a dogs age, always pretty.
wow! sooo beautiful shot!have a great rest of your weekend!betty xx
Oh... what a great shot. I can feel the texture. Beautiful.Lou
A very pretty pic:@)
Wheat! My first thought was "Gee, I don't think I have ever seen wheat growing in real life". The consequences of being a California boy all my life. Well, I guess I'll have to remedy that. Kansas, watch out.
Mmmmm, goat food!I don't understand why you don't show up in my 'Blogs You Follow" list since I followed you.Most confusing...
simple, yet beautiful. the comp, lighting and depth of field here make this a work of art.
Fantastic picture! I love it to pieces!Have a great Sunday, my friend!xxxxxxxxx
Wow incredible just think that will be bread. B
First your beautiful creative skies, and now your WHEAT! What a treat for me to see this morning. Super depth of field, and with such clarity.
Interesting, isn't it, how up-close detail makes us see a beauty we never took time to really see?
How very pretty. It is amazing how something so simple can be so beautiful.
Gorgeous capture and I agree with Clint, the close-up view does give us a chance to see beauty we never saw before. Guess we could all benefit from slowing down and taking time to smell the roses -- or wheat! Have a great day!Sylvia
Wonderful shot of the wheat! Love the depth.
T, great shot!
Brings me back to my youth and those farm days! Beautiful pic!
Yeah! I love rice and wheat, and sweet corn.
Very nice image. It could easily be a cereal box cover - oh, they'll probably Photoshop out that bug. ;)Hugs,Lois
Something so simple becomes so beautiful. Inspiring.
One of the best I have seen on any blog since I started blogging. You are an awesome photographer.
I just took some shots of still-growing wheat yesterday, great minds must thing alike. I didn't get in this close. Cool details.
Wonderful shot. I do love seeing a wheat field blowing in the wind. Won't be too long before we see these around here.
Love the color -- and the texture in this photo, T. Awesome. :)Thanks so much for sharing at YSB this week. It mean alot to me.
Beautiful wheat taken by your camera.
this is grogeous! nice colors, and your photo is so crisp...via Your Sunday BestLight Trigger
Very pretty grain!I like this very much.
This is very lovely.
Love the texture and sharpness of your image!
That is awesome!! Love the crisp detail!
That is so darn wholesome. Love it!
amazing picture!!! :) I'm sorry Ive gotten behind... I'll be catching up on your posts soon!
Nice one Ms T!
This is a wonderful shot of wheat!
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