Posted on September 6, 2013September 2, 2013 Chase County, Kansas Flint Hills Scroll down to see more content Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
4 thoughts on “Chase County, Kansas Flint Hills”
Ooooh. This photo is amazing because you captured the dynamics of the big sky and the gently undulating ground that is a palette of textures and colors.
Thank you, Diana. There are many parts of the country that I love, the Flint Hills being high on that list. I love your description in your comment, as it describes in words what one sees on the prairie. Thanks again!
Makes a reader want to walk right down the middle of the field and make a path to the clouds. Lovely as usual.
Thanks for the comment, Shirley. One of the things I have discovered about the tallgrass prairie is the hidden nature of those paths. The tallgrass hides the paths that are present. The traveler must hold in balance a focus on the pathway as they absorb the surrounding beauty of the prairie. Too much focus on the path, and you miss the prairie. Too much focus on the prairie, and you miss the path. In many ways, it is a spiritual discipline to hike in the tallgrass.