Going, going, gone. How wide are those combines? Another good capture by photographer Carma Hurst.
The fall migration—photographer Carma Hurst captured these photos of the height of fall migration at Quivira. These crisp days, you can sense the urgency of creatures as they prepare for winter. Long lines of ducks, geese and cranes snake across autumn sky. Deer, not quite mature enough to participate in the annual rut, find solace in each other’s company. The marshlands are busy.
A little after 4:00 this afternoon, grabbed the camera and started driving the back roads. The sunshine was great for varied light. There were unexpected finds and surprises. The roads are always changing.
This area of Kansas has wonderful sunshine today and little of no wind.
Don’t be fooled; the temperatures are not balmy.
In spite of layers of “protective” covering, too many outside plants did not survive the low twenty temperature drop. Sad.
Hope your day has been “balmy”/
Best moment of the College Tip Off Marathon? These two Wichita State fans have the will to stay up for their team.
As many of you know, the Wichita State University game last night was played long past most of our bedtimes. Here’s how some devoted fans handled the situation.
More than a century after a Kansas couple married and began traveling the world together making movies and writing books, their discoveries are still being talked about and their works have become collector’s items.
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Beccy Tanner has written two excellent stories in less than two days regarding Veterans.
Look for “Veterans Memorial in Pawnee County”. Features a detailed story of the new memorial; three great pictures. All well done by Beccy.
A piece of metal from the World Trade Center is part of the impressive display.
There is space for you to add your friends and families names that served our country.
Look for today’s article:” Former POW living in Caldwell to be honored for his Service.”. Bill Schwertferger was a pilot and a prisoner of war during the Vietnamese conflict.
No sunshine in this part of Kansas today. For those of you living out of state, the weather changed quickly here this morning. There was mist, or rain depending on where you lived. There was no sun today. Tonight is predicted to be in the 20s. If you live in a warmer climate, enjoy.