Tuesday, October 4, 2011

The moon, sugarcane, an orange and a red hibiscus.

I took these photos Friday evening. They began harvesting the sugarcane on October 1, so I'm taking as many photos as possible. :D  Harvest/Grinding Season usually goes through Christmas (sometimes they finish in early January). I will try and take pictures of the farmers harvesting the cane and the sugarcane fields when they are on fire. It's a beautiful sight to see. Our red hibiscus is gorgeous, right now and our oranges, satsumas and lemons are coming along beautifully.

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This is the wooded area I came through to get to the headland.  :) My property begins with the wooded area. My cousins's family owns the sugarcane fields in the front, side and back of my property, so I am free to come and go as I please. :) I love sitting near the fields and looking at the night sky.
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2 comments:

  1. Love your photos. We have a red hibiscus that is blooming like mad in the back yard despite the colder temps. I look forward to the burning of the cane. That should make for some great night pics.

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  2. Thank you. :) That's so cool about your red hibiscus blooming in the colder weather. They're such beautiful flowers.

    I'm looking forward to the burning of the cane. I usually sit on my front porch with a nice cup of coffee and watch. I hope I can take some decent pics. :) I'm also going to take pictures of my Halloween decorations. Such a fun time of the year.

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