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Jun 03, 2018 14:54 |  #1

A couple of shots from a recent, rural trip:

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Jun 05, 2018 01:23 |  #2

Absolutely love the windmill one. Might even be good in BW.


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Jun 05, 2018 09:29 |  #3

3Honu wrote in post #18639418 (external link)
Absolutely love the windmill one. Might even be good in BW.

Thank you; that was kind of a forethought when I stopped to grab that shot. I just haven't gotten to playing around with the conversion yet :)


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Jun 05, 2018 10:32 |  #4

I really like these. On the second one, I think I would crop just a bit more off the right side to put the barn closer to the edge, maybe about halfway down the barb wire fence between the right edge and the fence post?

Something like the following (along with a corny frame)! :)

I removed the foreground fence post on the other image, but not a great job as I rushed it through.


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Jun 05, 2018 12:24 |  #5

TeamSpeed wrote in post #18639608 (external link)
I really like these. On the second one, I think I would crop just a bit more off the right side to put the barn closer to the edge, maybe about halfway down the barb wire fence between the right edge and the fence post?

Something like the following (along with a corny frame)! :)


Thanks! Hahaha...that's basically what I wound up with trying out your suggestion :D

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