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Shot in Beysehir, Konya.
Nice, good tonal range and texture.
I think this looks more dramatic than the other version. Well done
Very interesting shot. Nice composition and great detail. The B&W conversion is perfect for this image.
Good stark detail.
Wonderful detail and framing. But there is a question, isn't there...?
Wonderful detail and, above all, texture.
I can not name the carefully-shaped stick; but I think it is used to gather the corn and give it resistance against the sickle. Perhaps the stone is used for sharpening.
My brain needs such things to think about otherwise it will fall asleep!
The sickle and (possibly sharpening) stone are on the outside of the mess, the ? is indoors. I suspect that it's unrelated.
That wooden frame has a more interesting story for me. Fire damage, improvised joinery, someone as inept as I am at hammering in nails. Somehow you don't see that sort of workmanship nowadays...
A hard life...lovely mono, great find and good capture! Nice one
A lovely composition. Works well in mono
Fantastic shot, great composition, textures and tones, really works well as a mono.
I think that should be taken as a warning not to enter.
Great image, nice conversion.
Very well done, looks great.
love all the textures and tones in this mono image- great composition very well done
I love this B/W image - has great depth ! thankyou so much for the votes you have recently given for my images.I am so thrilled !
Thank you for the appreciation, folks!
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