Then, we also saw many fields of soy beans. The picture below is only one of them. Isn't it rich and deep, dark green? It was a really nice looking field.
Then, right next door (more or less) there was this grouping of trees, etc. Care to guess what's lurking there not too far away?
Check out the "bear grass" palmetto plant sort of in the middle at the bottom of the picture below. That's reputed to be murder on those trekking through wooded areas like this one. (It would've been rough going on those early Spanish, etc., explorers of the "New World." And that's not mentioning all the vines of poisonous plants, spiders, snakes, mosquitos, etc. So . . . let your imagination run wild! I'm sure I've not even come close to identifying half of what might lurk just out of camera range . . . or maybe even IN camera range, just undiscovered!
Have you guessed yet, what should be a bit more evident in this picture than the previous one?
No? Well, how about in this next one . . . [I'll take Bush Babe's (of Granite Glen) tack and leave it open to your wit and wisdom, even though her pictures are professional and mine very amateurish.] If interested, I'll print one of these and mail them to the first one who acurately guesses what these last three pictures are recording. I'm sure you'll figure it out.