Barn in Canola

© g d

Barn in Canola

Uploaded: August 08, 2006 18:51:44

Description

200mm, 1/80 sec @ f/14, ISO 200 – Scale – I like the barn in this huge field of canola. I climbed onto the trailer roof and setup the tripod so that I could tilt the telephoto down to show more canola in the foreground. The shades of the undulating canola hills also gives the feeling that this field goes on and on – which it did. I wish it had of been later in the day as the sun was a little harsh – but you have to make due I guess.

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Comments

Dorothy Neumann August 19, 2006

This is elegant in its simplicity, composition and minimal color palette. #506122

Marijana Fajgl September 27, 2006

Wonderful capture Allan! Congratulations and good luck! #3372866

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