Enter our contest. Win a Kansas prize pack!Dorothy knew the score: “There’s no place like home.” And many would argue there’s no place more like home in Kansas than in autumn – harvest time in America’s breadbasket.Croplands of corn, wheat and sorghum take on a crisp, papery texture and muted tones of beige, brown and tan. Northeastern Kansas’ mixed hardwood forests turn shades of gold, russet-red and yellow-green. And farmers’ markets flourish with the last of the season’s cucumbers, pumpkins, squash and watermelon. We all have photos of these sun-kissed days and harvest-moonlit nights. What’s your all-time favorite?Whether your top-pick photo is of Kansas people or places, full of scenery or sentiment, send it to us. We’ll ask our readers to select the best from among all the pics submitted, and the winner will receive a prize package. The champion photographer will be announced through our social media sites on Monday, October 3. Submit your photo(s) using the link below by Sept. 16, 2011.
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