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By KathyW  
Probably the last pic of the plough - didn't get many shots this year as there didn't seem to be much ploughing happening, just subsoiling & heavy cultivating Sad
The next operation in this field will will involve trying to pulverise the soil into some kind of workable seedbed.
Thanks for looking.

Tags: Norfolk Plough Mud Landscape and travel

Voters: Briwooly, plugin, javam and 24 more

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plugin 16 1 Canada
29 Nov 2007 11:06AM
hmmm.. coloured version for me.. but I do like the mono also.
gareth01422 13 213 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 11:16AM
wow, great picture. love both versions of it.

but IMO i would have taken the picture looking up the plough itself into the back of the cab.
PeteWilliamson 15 545 2 Isle of Man
29 Nov 2007 12:11PM
Mono! Love the b&w version... just ahs loads more impact.
Nice shot!


Iain_Proudfoot 14 40 2 Ireland
29 Nov 2007 12:55PM
I like both versions. But my favourite is the colour one because the tones and hues of the colour shot are soft and in stark contrast to the mechanical rigidity of the tractor and plough. Great work.
digicammad 17 22.0k 40 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 3:32PM
Both versions work well for their own reasons, but I think the colours in the sky make it the colour version for me.

Unusual subject for ePz and well treated.

29 Nov 2007 3:33PM
How good have you made a tractor ploughing a field look. I like the first version better as I think some of the detail is lost in the other
PatrickSmith 16 1.2k 2 United States
29 Nov 2007 4:21PM
Flipping back and forth is a great lesson about seeing in B&W. I usually like colour but the B&W has so much more detail.

User_Removed 13 172 1 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 4:28PM
Excellent shot, i like both version, great comp
graceland 16 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 4:29PM
I really like 1 its great postcard look
elkiebrooks 18 83 5 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 4:30PM
Good composition and I love the high contrast in the tractors colour.
stapes 13 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2007 6:11PM
Like both pics equally. That ploughing certainly looks heavy going.
cameracat 17 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
9 Dec 2007 3:19PM
Brilliant shot, What ever way you look at it, The way the rear wheels are digging in, Tells you just how much effort is involved even for this powerful machine.

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