It dots the fields in Eastern North Carolina every spring. It’s sourgrass, a decidedly red, wild grass. Stick a sprig between your teeth and you’ll think you are sucking on a very potent sour ball. Highly photogenic, the bright red sour grass gives a nice foreground for otherwise blah landscape shots of the field at sunrise. Spot Metering, ISO 400, f/22 using a Nikon 18-35mm lens on a D800E camera. Click on the photo for a larger view and thanks for the look.