FIRST PLACE plowing through heavy morning fog- the bull's sharp horns Neca Stoller SECOND PLACE ox drawn plow - my shattered image in the rice paddy Yu Chang THIRD PLACE rolling fields behind the horse-drawn plow his Amish hat -acm scent of rain sweeping over plowed earth this year's hopes Ferris BELOW THIRD PLACE sinking sun - the tractor pulls the plow through its own tracks Laura Young stag beetle plowing through the leaves bumps a rock Paul MacNeil spring planting - gnarled roots catch the plow doris k. rusted plow... taped to a coffee can- pumpkins fifty cents Joann farmer's young son ploughing in his father's footsteps Carolyne high tide - small turtles plow back to the sea Hilary Tann dust raised the horse plow and man emerge -willard he drew in the dust on tractor's fender how to plow this field Harold Bowes country graveyard -- alongside, a tractor plowing furrows Charles Trumbull following the plough - the sea breeze balmier than yesterday Sue Stanford
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