Greetings from the Midwest where the wheat harvest is well underway.

Headed back to New England tomorrow. Have a great start to your week. 🙂

About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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41 Responses to Postcard

  1. Laurie Graves says:

    Wonderful pictures!

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  2. Beautiful scenic shots! 🙂

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  3. I’m back and didn’t realize you were on another trip. Safe and enjoyable travels and I hope yours was as good as mine was.


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  4. bikerchick57 says:

    Judy, love the barn and the wagon with the red wheels. Pretty photos! Do you know what the wagon is used for? It looks like a covered wagon without the covering.

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    Wonderful photos, Judy. I love how the background in these photos just goes on without end.

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  6. joyroses13 says:

    Where exactly in the MidWest were you? We are heading home from Indiana today. Well that is if the forecast for bad storms goes away!

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  7. Murphy's Law says:

    Great photos. I forget how much open space still exists in this country. And I too thought the wagon was a covered wagon without the cover! Boy! What a planter it would make in your garden! 😜😜

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  8. Thanks for the postcard! Love it!

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  9. Joyce says:

    It’s pictures like yours that truly bring home how well blessed we are here in America – ‘from sea to shining sea….” – the charm of New England is so different from these “amber waves of grain” – yes! we have it all!

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    • Wheat harvesting is a wonderful time. I saw bundles of wheat placed in large piles or shocks for the very first time. My brother-in-law took me right into two different fields. The one in the photo hadn’t been cut yet, and the other one had been cut with the bundles piled in shocks ready to be picked up. You can see the wheat waving for as far as you can see in all directions.


  10. pastpeter says:

    Great images, Judy!

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  11. Ogee says:

    Beautiful! Run quickly back east…get out of this heat wave! 🙂

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  12. A silo! I love silos, and that old wagon is great! Safe journey home!

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  13. Bring we in the sheaves! Have a good trip!

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  14. Perfect postcard shots, Judy. Safe travels. 🙂

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  15. So flat – just like much of Australia. I love that barn.

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  16. Rose says:

    I am in the midwest, but the eastern part of the midwest…western Indiana. That barn is fantastic.

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  17. Thanks for the postcard! Great photos

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  18. germac4 says:

    Lovely photos Judy, the wide open spaces, the wagon and the barn…just like the beginning of a movie to me….

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  19. Oddment says:

    Ah, those wide open spaces! I hope your trip home is an easy one. Thanks for the photos — dare I say the one of the wheat seems a bit grainy?

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  20. Grandma Kc says:

    Hope you made it home by now! Love the pictures.

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  21. You captured the essence of the Midwest magic perfectly. Beautiful photos Judy. Safe travels. Xx

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  22. slfinnell says:

    I have a friend of a friend who grew up in Colorado and thought you could only have trees with mountains. Guess he’d only been to Kansas 🙂 Love your shots!

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  23. Annie says:

    There’s something about the prairie, plains, and farms of the Midwest that is stirring. I think I can actually see the curvature of the earth in one photo.

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  24. reocochran says:

    This is a picture perfect post, Judy! And no, I am not just being polite and minding my P’s and Q’s.
    I’m a little slap happy so will stop and just say, each of your photographs looks like it could be a postcard! 🌞

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