Farmland landscapes

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  1. tb2

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    Ahhhh, the first one for me!!! I absolutely love the bright yellow of canola (that is what that is, right?), the horizontal lines, the appearance of the clouds, and those bare trees so nicely spaced out like that.
     
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    Very nice Tony.
    I can't pick a favorite, they're both so pleasing.

    Dani.
     
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    I love it.
    bye:lol:
     
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    i like the first alot :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Antarctican, Dani, Dancelot & Arch. The first one is my favourite of the two. The shots show opposite sides of the same ridge (check out the flipped trees), though I didn't realise it until I was processing the images :blushing:.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    i like them both
     

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