IDA GROVE, Iowa, Oct. 16, 2014 — “We are well into October now and the harvest, after getting a late start, is now fully underway,” photographer Don Poggensee reports from his hometown here in northwest Iowa. He watched a harvest team in action one recent night as they went through a soybean field. And he says it’s such a beautiful time of year, you always want to have a camera with you. “This time of the year, colors change, and iit is ndeed a great time to have your camera ready to record all the action,” he said. “Ash trees and the cottonwood trees are some of the first to show colors, and high overhead a large flock of white American pelicans head south to their winter homes.” You can see all of that in the photos he shares here.
A farm in Crawford County.
Colors changing in Ida County.
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