A few weeks ago on my trip to South Georgia I couldn't help but marvel at the different colors of the fields I passed. The land is very flat in this particular area and the soil is so different looking from the red clay soil where I live.
A field of onions. These are not Vidalia onions because they are not in the area defined by law and by the US Code of Federal Regulations.
We thought this might be oats.
Have you ever seen such pretty colored weeds? I imagine they have a name but I call them weeds.
Clover in a pecan grove.
Not sure what this yellow is.
Here you can see how sandy the soil is. We thought we were going to sneak up on this turkey.
But he spotted us and took off! These pictures were taken in Pierce and Appling Counties.