Thursday, November 6, 2008

Sky Watch Friday


It's cotton-pickin time in Madison County, AL.



10 comments:

fishing guy said...

I must say the glories of the cotton field are certainly show with the blue skies.

Larry D said...

The cotton fields against the sky is excellent. Very interesting.

Louise said...

I was in 7th grade the first time I saw a field of cotton. I don't see them often even now. They always intrigue me when I do. These are terrific photos of cotton fields. (And the sky!)

Bradley Myers said...

Neat shot, the cotton makes it look like the clouds are on the ground instead of in the sky.

Photo Cache said...

Outstanding shots. I am so very glad that you showed this to us. Never seen a cotton field before. Thanks.

Janet said...

Unlike others who have posted, I grew up in cotton fields, and I miss seeing the white fields in the fall. I love it when the loose cotton accumulates along the road side - it's the closest thing we ever had to snow!

Congrats to Rush - hope he finishes in Priceville like his roomie Jenna!

Patricia said...

You have very nice photos! I loved the last one! Beautiful blue sky with the cotton field.
Happy Skywatch!

AphotoAday said...

That is SO interesting... I believe I saw cotton growing in California when I was a kid, but I've never really been to the South, so I've never seen anything like this...

Coloradolady said...

I loved this one. The cotton fields against the blue sky is so wonderful. Thanks for showing the closeup of the cotton. I enjoyed my visit today. Have a great weekend.

Enigma said...

Shades, you always have the most interesting shots. Great images of fluffy white cotton against brilliant blue skies. AWESOME!