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When I used to mow fields I made sure I didn't miss much grass, everyone saw it when we picked upn the bales and took the pi$$
Not so bothered on these arable farms by the looks of it!
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Very nice dramatic sky that contains some lovely colour. The fg also has some lovely detail
great colours,well captured
I'd have been so tempted to crop out the pole or compose the shot so it wasn't there as, for me, it detracts from the image.
super landscape shot
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Beautiful sky Robin
Great capture, well done.
Oh and watch those dust spots too. You stand need calling them for missing bits.
Stunning. Fantastic sky; but I'd nuke the post & wires.
Brilliant.. I have been attempting something similar all summer..it's a lack of talent thing.
Love the overall feel,where every different aspect is spot on. Like the way you leave the "mundane" in your shots.The power pole/cables in this one.
Like the foreground detail.
Fantastic! love the colours so warm and summary
Super sky and light, and fg textures. Love the pole in there too.
nice and sharp. great exposure.
Cracking shot love the FG interest
Nice that they leave a bit for photographers to get fab shots like this!! Great exposure on this one. helen x
Nice of them to leave something there for you to photograph! I've seen bigger areas than this missed, and probably missed a few myself. Beautiful colours, and great sky.
Lovely light hitting those clouds. Like the in-yer-face composition of the crop.
Great picture. I like the inclusion of the telegraph/power pole as it's a modern rural feature and it ties in with the sloppy approach to harvesting the field that's a comment on modern life. And that's why I'm giving it a HC.
The subject works for me but not the haloing, the grainy sky and smartie colouring.
ha ha - good old Keith, to the point!
Maybe I did over sharpen when resizing I guess, but I stand by those colours - it wan't far from the true colour, just a bit more of it.
Great landscape love the point of view, and colours
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