Gods little acre
- bobsmith (1886)
- [2015-01-08 3:39]
One of the better photographers posting here recently, and this is no exception. Great dramatic sky with an antique feel to it. Which, I strongly suspect, is what you intended.
Hi Les, really nice choice of tones and framing on this. How long did you have to wait for the sun or was it a case of right place, right time? I like the grain as well, fits nicely with the monotone and the topic. Woouldnt mind haiving that on the wall. Fiona
- francuzzo (210)
- [2015-01-08 3:54]
Beautiful scenery, exelent composition. Highly interesting, that old tractor.
The photo has obviously been processed... I'll have to admit you know what you're doing. I looks as if the photo is really old, too. You've been able to avoid power masts and such. The photo calls for a certain nostalgia in me.
- Jonathan (13989)
- [2015-01-08 4:00]
A lovely memory in time and the sepia does create an artistic finish. Very good depth and well detailed through out.Dramatic sky with the light rays breaking through an added bonus.
- knle (2)
- [2015-01-08 9:52]
A nicely composed shot with some great pp Work. Well done!
- marine-coeur (4809)
- [2015-01-08 13:14]
Another artistic poster lovely details and amazing sky well done
- kvrsvkishore (1141)
- [2015-01-08 20:18]
Its a fantastic combination of multiple photos and the presentation is so nice.
- periko (2229)
- [2015-01-13 21:41]
Wonderful image. B&W is a perfect choice to show that old tractor. Nice framework as well.
- lauro (874)
- [2015-01-17 19:15]
Great work, with that menacing sky and light streaks providing the finishing touch!