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Rapeseed Storm
20-May-10 McGarva

Rapeseed Storm

Dunecht, Aberdeenshire

Accompanied “Smit10pics” on a lunchtime photo excursion into the Aberdeenshire countryside
With the harsh winter the rapeseed field are late in blooming but that was to our advantage

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bill friedlander08-Jul-2010 21:38
A beautiful composition, lush yellow field, lines leading the eye to the grove of trees and on to the dramatic sky. V
Kim30-Jun-2010 21:21
A beautiful image!! V
Steve Morris09-Jun-2010 08:15
Beautifully done Tony!!BV
Bartosz Kotulski05-Jun-2010 14:55
fantastic composition with nice contrast between gray clouds and lovely yellow ground.good balance and nice use of the leading lines.
Big V
Alain Boussac05-Jun-2010 11:37
Superb composition leading the glance, great contrasting colors and tones. BV.
Roger B05-Jun-2010 00:05
Outstanding capture. Nice contrast between the bright yellow and the dark clouds. -V-
Dan Greenberg26-May-2010 04:01
This is a very compelling image. The contrast between the bright yellow green rapeseed and the dark stormy sky is fantastic!!! ~V~
René Gysi22-May-2010 07:47
Wonderful scene. V
Kevin Chester21-May-2010 05:57
Great contasting colours and tones
lou_rozensteins21-May-2010 05:18
A great composition and colours. Glad that you and Smit10pics are on the same wavelength .....
Sam Stevenson20-May-2010 23:48
You got those great colors too - lovely image.
Doug Cruden20-May-2010 20:42
What a joy to be able to nip out at lunchtime to this splendid scene! Excellent shot Tony, a superb contrast between the land and the sky...V
Pete Hemington20-May-2010 20:34
Nice that 2 pbasers were out on the same photoshoot
I'm not going to say which I think is best, as they are both good.
Stewart Mitchell20-May-2010 20:31
I think it's great to see practical examples of how two sets of eyes in different heads interpret the same scene....super work Tony :)
Stephanie20-May-2010 20:31
Magnificent capture. Such a lovely leading of the eye. BV
Peter Sussex20-May-2010 20:24
Incredible and antagonistic touch of yellow and ratty blue. BV
Máire Uí Mhaicín20-May-2010 20:17
:)I see two Scottish rapeseed pics in my favourites right now.
tinkerb20-May-2010 20:14
Definately worth missing lunch for! Great powerful image - like the dyke separating the fields
Johnny JAG20-May-2010 19:56
Lovely contrast.
Patricia Kay20-May-2010 19:55
Beautiful scene Tony....amazing sky...BV
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