This is one of my personal favorites, I guess because I love the millet grass seed heads. They are so cute, they remind me of fuzzy caterpillars. It is one of the more rare grasses out of the some 20 or so different types I have found that grow on our land. I have two main field guides that I use to identify and research the local native plant life. One is Audoban Society field guides for south central US, wildflowers, trees, and mushrooms. The other is Petersons guide to medicinal plants for south central and eastern US. I am currently looking for a good guide to local edible plants. But between the two publishers that I currently use I have been able to identify and study 90% of the local plants, including grasses, trees and shrubs, as well as identifying five edible mushroom species that I am absolutely sure are safe to eat (because they have no poisonous look alikes), and I have learned which types of mushrooms around here it is too risky to even try to eat because they do have poisonous look-alikes that only an expert can tell the difference. This is a subject that has always fascinated me that many other people might find tedious or boring. But I never get enough of it and it makes a good companion for photography! If nothing else maybe some of my plant life photos and bug macros might be sellable to a field guide publisher.
Another reason this is one of my favorites is because I really love silhouettes against a colorful sky and this one turned out to have great detail. It was one of the first of my posts that ever got more than 20 likes in a short amount of time and more than one comment. I am now using this one as the lock screen wallpaper on my iPhone.