Corn withered by the heat and chewed by grasshoppers.

Arthur Rothstein
Corn withered by the heat and chewed by grasshoppers. Terry, Montana
July 1936
Image courtesy of Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington
LC-USF34- 005045-D

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2 thoughts on “Corn withered by the heat and chewed by grasshoppers.

  1. Looking at this shot, I am inspired on the reflection on the dry corn reflecting on the dry soil, making the shot a reflection of a tree and the branches extending out across the soil.

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