“Yankee Farmlands № 26”, Bloomfield, Connecticut

“Yankee Farmlands № 26”

Bloomfield, Connecticut

Broken stalks from last year's corn crop stand in a field which has nearly flooded as warm spells melt away the thick snow pack. "Mud Season" in Southern New England is a roughly month-long stretch beginning in late March when the snows are melting away even though the soil below the surface of the ground remains frozen. Meltwater can't drain through the icy soil below, so it becomes trapped at the surface and produces a thick slurry of mud.

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Reference Code: Yankee Farmlands № 26