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billking Featured By Owner Edited Dec 27, 2015
Kind'a reminds me of a corn field. I grew up around lots of them in the mid-west (in the USA) . As the post below said about the reed fields being a place of mysery and disorientation, corn fields can also be mysterious, disorienting, and down right creepy. You get out in the middle of a field of corn that is over your head, you can only see up and down the row you are in for a few feet,the breeze blows and the corn russels and the sounds come from all around you. You stand at the edge of a field and look at it and wonder whats hiding in there! Those scenes in the movie "Signs" with Mel Gibson can give you a idea what it can be like. Ya just never know when an some critter, alien or otherwise is gona reach across a row and say hello. Damn, I love me some corn fields!

nice shot,by the way, and Happy New year Stefan!
PsykoHilly Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2016
Growing up at the country side, I can remember that ... pretty funny. Unfortunately, I didn't have alien contacts there, It's time to revisit these places for another chance ;)
... and may your wishes come true in 2016!
billking Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2016
Better luck next time, and my best wishes to you my brother in the coming year! ;)
undefinedreference Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2015
Reed.. I love reed. One can completely vanish in it, and also get trapped in it, btw: impossible to tell which way one is going, and it's easy to be moving in circles in a well-developed patch of reed. One of the few places where a primordial  sense of mystery and disorientation can still be experienced. Of course I'm too old to put it in practice, people will think I'm some kind of creep and call the police on me.
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