Eagle and Shredded Mini Wheats

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  1. craig

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    Could not find my horsee freinds yesterday morning. Could not resist these.

    Jon Mikal had a cool shot. I think it was called mini wheat storage or something. Anyway we spoke of how cool they look in the field. I should have spent more time with these. Let me know what you think.

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    Hay shadow
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    Hay Tetons
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    The haybale ones are very nice.
     
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    Thanks!!! They are pretty interesting. I should have spent hours at this location.
     
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    They don't look real! Very cool.
     
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    there ya go...cool shots craig! love the last with the mountains, sky and shadows...very nice capture. and to add icing, you throw in my fav bird! :thumbup: thanks for sharing!
     
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    Thanks for looking gang!!! The bird is sitting on this contraption that loads hay into structures the size of NYC apartments. I do not understand. Each ranch handles hay differently.

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    Hay must (or is not a bad idea 'round these parts) be quarantined before moving across state lines.
     
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    awesome shots!, love the eagle!
     
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    ahhh, you didn't get the frosted kind!!!:mrgreen:

    Cool shots!
     
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    That last shot is sensational!

    Have a crack at the same shot again but do a Panograph and see how it comes out. :)
     
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    Cool shots Craig. Love the eagle.
     
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    The eagle is a wonderful motif, but my favourite of these is the second because of its crispness and contrasts, the light and shadows -- the mountains are great in the third but the closer view of the second appeals to me more. I also like the strong colours in that second one.

    And what, please!, is the correct expression for these hay-thingies? Bales? Tetons? I have never heard the word "hay tetons" before... :scratch:
     
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    Many thanks gang!!! I do not think I will reshoot. I am not sure if they are still there

    Hay Shadow (#2) is my favorite as well LaFoto. I am not sure what these things are called. Tetons' is the name of the mountain range you see in the third shot. It is the french word for tits. Named by early French trappers who visited the area.
     

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