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Published: Monday 20th of September 2010 02:50:18 AM
These haybales, as photogenic as they are, have been done to death. So it's with rare pleasure that I find a picture like this that presents the subject in a fresh light while remaining true to its inherent romantically bucolic nature. Old masterly, I might say.
Compared it to the color version - I REALLY like this treatment of it. Almost an artistic rendering and just very appealing.
Lannie: I think I've seen this photo before, color. I very much like the treatment. It gives the photo a very antique look. Tom
i've recently started to love compositions with only a few elements.
Thanks so much to everyone--but I have to say to Bill that I was beginning to wonder if you were still alive. All that I can say is that I am so glad they caught it in time. Sounds far too close for comfort. My own injury was probably caused by removing a rather intransigent car battery positioned (and curiously stuck) in the back of the engine--no traumatic pain at the time, a sign of age and deterioration, I fear.
Oh, well. I hope that we are both still shooting till the end, Bill. Great to hear from you. Your own near miss reminds me that my treadmill is going to waste--and it just might save my life if I will use it.
I really like the sepia tone and the watery effect you have given this photo; really makes it unique and becomes more about the mood than the subject...very well done! Thank you for sharing. :)
Lannie, thanks for stopping by my photo folders recently.
Sorry to hear about your rotator cuff, heal quickly so you n get out and shoot more photos.
I just dodged a bullet of sorts:
I have been more active on flickr but expect to get back in the swing of things on photo.net this fall.
thanks again for stopping by
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