first class ride to the Apple Harvest Festival (pic heavy)

scooter2044

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Some photos from attending the festival and in and around the fields. These were taken two separate weekends (one very overcast and dull, and one especially sunny). I have more pictures that I haven't finished editing yet, so I may add more to this thread later. Comments are welcome and appreciated because I am still learning.

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limo by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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cider by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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(I'm not so sure everyone always leaves the festival)
vacancy by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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Found this conveniently 20 ft away from my car in the parking lot. Good thing as I was tired from all the walking.
shed by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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imposter by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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antiquetractor by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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jamboree by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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Getting ready for the harvest in the fields. Taken on a different weekend and unfortunately was mid-day.
apple_season by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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The men behind the scenes.

picking_apples2 by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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picking_apples by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr

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when the work is done by Sheila Swindell, on Flickr
 

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This is unfortunatle a very unemotional set.
3,4,5, 6,8 and 11 are essentially the same; object perpensicular and off in the distance.
IMO, you need much more variety in the pov in the pictures.
 
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This is unfortunatle a very unemotional set.
3,4,5, 6,8 and 11 are essentially the same; object perpensicular and off in the distance.
IMO, you need much more variety in the pov in the pictures.
I see what you mean. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
 

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