Last year we saw fields like this and wondered what in the world they were. What is so snowy white that grows on brown twigs? We guessed cotton. I wanted you to see the expanse of the fields along the way in a part of "The Delta." The fields are flat and level for as far as the trees let you see.
Corn, soy, and other crops are also planted in these vast, beautiful fields.
This almost gives an idea of the white cotton before it's harvested. It was so new to me I had hoped to catch a picture. Some day I'd love to tour a ginnery.