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Mar 13, 2009 15:11 |  #1

Visited my family's farm 45 min. south of Shreveport. Got up early and got these on two different cloudy mornings. Love the variety of landscape there.

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Mar 13, 2009 15:13 |  #2

I went through basic training at Ft. Polk. I see some similar terrain here, thanks for sharing your photos.




  
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Mar 13, 2009 15:18 |  #3

poppie guy wrote in post #7517589 (external link)
I went through basic training at Ft. Polk. I see some similar terrain here, thanks for sharing your photos.

Thank you my pleasure.Thanks for your service !


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Mar 13, 2009 16:31 |  #4

This is one at sundown.

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Mar 14, 2009 14:24 |  #5

One more of the barn.Really wish I hadn't cut off the top of the tree ha ha.

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Mar 14, 2009 17:55 as a reply to  @ johnathan's post |  #6

Very cool. I love country shots like that.


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Mar 14, 2009 18:35 |  #7

That #1 is real fine.


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Mar 14, 2009 20:59 |  #8

MidnightSun wrote in post #7523856 (external link)
Very cool. I love country shots like that.

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That #1 is real fine.

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I appreciate the compliment. I used the gradient tool in Light room/Camera Raw to bring down the exposure of the sky. Similar to using a polarizer. This is my Aunt's farm and I used to stack hay in that barn during a summer stay.

The countryside there is very adverse with rolling hills.About 1/4 mile is the Jim river just a creek most of the year. Thanks again.

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