Fall Corn

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    Trip to the mountains in 2003.

    1. *ade 115 months ago | reply

      Nice autumnal tones. Which set of mountains was your trip to?

      A question: as autumn is called fall in the US, do you still use the word autumnal? ('fallish' just doesn't sound right).

    2. Brit. 115 months ago | reply

      the appalachian mountains. we were still in north carolina.

      I would probably just say "fallish" to be honest. I hardly ever say autumn. It's always fall.

    3. *ade 115 months ago | reply

      Well, you learn something every day.

    4. monvoix 115 months ago | reply

      I like this. The texture is great. It's almost like a b&w with the corn colored in. (I'm partial to those lol).

      Oh and being from Appalachia myself I saw fall, and I use fallish and autumnal. Scary eh?

    5. dcaplow 114 months ago | reply

      I like the seeming dry hardness of the corn, with the crisp but delicate dryness of the corn husks and leaves, along with the brilliant, buttery color of the corn.

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