Rain on the Scarecrow II

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  1. Canoncan

    Canoncan TPF Noob!

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    97 crosses planted in the courthouse yard.

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    97 families

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    that lost 97 farms.

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    I think about my grandpa

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    my daddy and my name

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    sometimes I feel like dying

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    like that scarecrow

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    In the rain.

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  2. pursuer

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    Great series! I really like the perspective in the 5th shot. i also like the warm tone in 3 and 4. Good stuff.
     
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    I really like the broken window shot, but all are very nice photos.


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  4. mentos_007

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    5th one for me!!!
     
  5. John E.

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    What an interesting location. You captured it well, really like the soft lighting and your persepective. Good work.
     
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    Both of your scarecrow series are superb. I enjoyed them a lot. Thanks for sharing!
     
  7. thebeginning

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    none really 'wowed' me much. not that they are bad, just a tad...cliche. your barn perspective shot, on the other hand, is terrific.
     

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