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15 to 20 years ago I was out and about at every opportunity at this time of year to capture the Oilseed Rape but recently not bothered.
Out yesterday driving around not heading anywhere in particular I spotted these fields from a few miles away whilst driving through Petworth.
The light was not ideal and normally probably would not have bothered stopping but I had not been out for three weeks and wanted to try out a new accessory bought two weeks ago.
If anyone is down this way I can recommend The Cricketers public house at Duncton for a either pub lunch style snack or something more substantial like Trout.
Hi jjgee - there is alot of interest in this shot ...
but as it stands in my opinion the parts are greater than the whole -
I see it really as a graphic - those swooping lines left to right are what really grabs the eye and need to be brought more into focus -
in brief a bit more sky (if available), a little less FG and the shot comes more alive ... perhaps - more panoramic
Thanks for the comment davidbailie
Some interesting thoughts.
Quote: more into focus
Even after 15 months with the digital camera / autofocus lens I still have problems focussing, even tried setting manual focus mode.
My MF format film camera / lenses were so much more easier to use !!
Quote: more panoramic
Fair point but I think it would have needed something, perhaps even an electricity pylon ! , to break up just a mass of yellow.
now you really have lost me !!!
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