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Between the Rain

By Tony_W
Taken during a reasonably sunny period between sessions of wet and windy weather recently.

Hope you like it and thanks for looking.
Comments and criticisms greatfully received.


Exposure: 1/50s @ F22 ISO 100

Tags: Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Crop barley wheat summer

Voters: lostintime, ketch, rosiebobo and 8 more

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12 Aug 2008 11:02PM
Love the tones and the detail in the foreground, the clouds are great too.

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ketch 9 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
12 Aug 2008 11:06PM
I really like the interesting patterns the ears make in the fg. All the crops around here are starting to go black with mould (I guess because of all the rain) could be a bad year for arable farmers?

Back to the shot - nice one thrid balance on the horizon, good interesting sky with a bit of drama - perhaps the finest of black line borders to hold everything together?


Rogerex 10 32 12 Australia
13 Aug 2008 2:58AM
A good looking crop of wheat, and nice clouds in the background.
shaz4 11 26 2 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 7:24AM
Very nice Tony
shaz4 11 26 2 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2008 7:52AM
I keep flicking from one to the other..I really can't make my mind up...Smile
ketch 9 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
14 Aug 2008 9:05PM
Just called back - yes I like the mod it has a more interesting feel imo.


Tony_W 9 128 5
14 Aug 2008 10:23PM
Thanks to all who have commented or voted on this image. Special thanks to Sharon and Robert for coming back to look at the revision. I find it really helpful to get contructive comments and then see if applying them creates a better image.
rangerpaul 9 19 7 England
15 Aug 2008 2:49PM
Definitely V2 for me. just that bit more contrast make a more interesting shot. If this were mine I might have gone to selective colour and tweaked the blacks a bit and also put a vignette around the edges to hold you to the centre of the shot. That's just me though and takes nothing away from this shot.

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