Knee High Grass

 Copyright C. Kelts 2019

Knee high grass has been a term used to describe prosperity, good fortune and plentiful blessings for ages.

Knee high grass is a favorite phrase common in the vernacular of those who live with horses or cattle. Things are good when the grass is knee high. The spring rains were plentiful, the winter snow has melted and the days are warm.This image was referenced with permission by a photo taken by Gary Odell.

Digital Oil Painting by C. Kelts Design.

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