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|This summer we visited the Big Butler County Fair in rural Western Pennsylvania. It's primarily geared toward farmers. In addition to acres of livestock and tractor displays, there was plenty of western clothing and gear for sale. These colorful cowboy (actually, cowgirl) hats caught my eye.|
In PP: Cropped, sharpened, added contrast, added vignette.
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When I first took a fast look of this picture I immediately thought of multi-colored potato chips but after I read the title I was completely wrong ;)
An amazing approach with superb color contrasts and well managed exposure.
The sharpness and POV are excellent, and DOF is well kept as well.
Have a nice weekend.
Interesting display Sandy , i like the neat stacks of hats in different styles , these are certainly worth stopping for a photo or two or more ! Sharp as a tack , the pink ones are flashy , humm if i were a girl and really wanted one of those i'd pick one in second top row from left , more conservative , lol !
Thanks for sharing your catch my friend ,
I like the abstract feel here with all the hats. I have not seen this many hats in Nashville......good God man!!. I hope the folks of Penn like to wear these things. I am just a ball cap wearing fool. Love the mixture of color and design. Nice image to share.
Nice display in a fullcolors with cowboys western hats,
good details of all models are cute ,
a sharp and clear picture well presented..
Nice detail, colors in an interesting composition.
have a nice weekend :)