Nice detailed macros, Tom. In mid-winter any subject is a good subject.(Re: The grass in my photo. Sorry, but I've yet to get into IDing grasses so I have no idea what it is. About all I can tell you is that it's common in these parts and comes up in cleared areas without being planted. It grows in clumps, gets around two feet tall and has a fuzzy seen head when it opens in the fall. I'll try to remember to ask my neighbor who raises cattle and has an Ag background. Maybe he'll know.)
THanks Marvin- If I had to guess, it's broomsedge, Andropogon virginicus.
Based upon view USDA photos, Andropogon virginicus certainly looks right, especially the seeds. Thanks, Tom.