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Jul
14
2020
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Summer’s long gone, but the seed head of a large sunflower was still beautifully intact — and observing its own shadow — at Agraria this week. Mild January weather with highs in the low 40s and a couple of days of perfect blue sky set off the resting gardens and quiet fields at Community Solutions’ center for regenerative land use. A corner of the property’s historic barn, built circa 1907, can be seen to the right. The barn, too, seemed to be contemplating its shadow, long and handsome in the low winter sun. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

Suns past and present

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Summer’s long gone, but the seed head of a large sunflower was still beautifully intact — and observing its own shadow — at Agraria this week. Mild January weather with highs in the low 40s and a couple of days of perfect blue sky set off the resting gardens and quiet fields at Community Solutions’ center for regenerative land use. A corner of the property’s historic barn, built circa 1907, can be seen to the right. The barn, too, seemed to be contemplating its shadow, long and handsome in the low winter sun.

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