....Maybe not! I've seen too many horror movies. "Harvest" by Michael  Breitung

....Maybe not! I've seen too many horror movies. "Harvest" by Michael Breitung

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nebraska farmland | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

nebraska farmland | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

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Startlingly yellow crop field in Tófalu, Hungary

Startlingly yellow crop field in Tófalu, Hungary

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Cornflower in a wheat field. In the past it often grew as a weed in crop fields, hence its name (fields growing grains such as wheat, barley, rye, or oats are sometimes known as corn fields in the UK). 矢車菊大多生長在歐洲的麥田。

Cornflower in a wheat field. In the past it often grew as a weed in crop fields, hence its name (fields growing grains such as wheat, barley, rye, or oats are sometimes known as corn fields in the UK). 矢車菊大多生長在歐洲的麥田。

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eye of moth (Something so beautiful on something we just see as nothing. Just proves that there is beauty in all creatures)

eye of moth (Something so beautiful on something we just see as nothing. Just proves that there is beauty in all creatures)

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Harvest Mouse.Harvest mice are Europe’s smallest rodents with a remarkable prehensile tail. This long, hairless ‘limb’ aids climbing through the tall, dense vegetation of their meadow, hedgerow and crop field homes. In the UK, they are rarely found north of Yorkshire or in Wales.Harvest mice weave complex spherical nests out of grass. The one-use breeding nest is roughly the size of a cricket ball and built about a metre above ground in spring and summer.

Harvest Mouse.Harvest mice are Europe’s smallest rodents with a remarkable prehensile tail. This long, hairless ‘limb’ aids climbing through the tall, dense vegetation of their meadow, hedgerow and crop field homes. In the UK, they are rarely found north of Yorkshire or in Wales.Harvest mice weave complex spherical nests out of grass. The one-use breeding nest is roughly the size of a cricket ball and built about a metre above ground in spring and summer.

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