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03-AUG-2006 Lee Rudd

Old School

Okehampton, Devon

Thursday 3rd August 2006
Day 593

Now, this is what they are meant to look like!!!

Totally Informal Transglobal challenge "Straight from the Camera" thanks to Faye!
Scott C
Scott B
Luther & Lisa
Coleen (Purpod)

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Susan Leigh05-Aug-2006 10:34
This is a wonderful shot, nicely framed..and a good compostion. Well done!
Chris04-Aug-2006 18:55
Excellent. Chris
JW04-Aug-2006 17:00
Ha the good old days! - I remember it well. Where's the cider jar?

Cracking capture
purpod04-Aug-2006 16:21
Absolutely awesome shot, Lee! Love the details & depth you captured ~ Perfect lighting too ~ GMV, Bud
Faye White04-Aug-2006 11:59
the colour and detail are incredible!
Guest 04-Aug-2006 08:49
Nice shot!!! Gorgeous color and composition!!!
Guest 04-Aug-2006 01:04
Wow! Are they still doing it that way?? Superb clarity and light. Love the repetition of patterns. Voted.
Cindi Smith04-Aug-2006 00:43
Love this shot! Wonderful capture! Vote
joanteno04-Aug-2006 00:26
Wonderful shot!
Sheila03-Aug-2006 23:07
Cracking shot! Great clarity in the foreground. Wonderful colour. Nice depth.
My husband used to do haymaking this way, he'll love this.
Guest 03-Aug-2006 22:59
Beautiful - I love this -
Jessica McCollum03-Aug-2006 21:48
I have never seen it done this way before. Great find!
Ray :)03-Aug-2006 21:37
It's a shame you cannot do sepia 'in camera'!
Guest 03-Aug-2006 21:29
Someone pick up that? :-) Nice shot.
Carole Stevens03-Aug-2006 20:53
No Im not envious Lee grrrrrrrrrr!Gorgeous shot love the piles in the bvackground!
Wish I had seen this too they are beautiful there even older style than my square haystacks!
shatterbug03-Aug-2006 20:20
That's excellent! Wonderful shot, Lee!
Guest 03-Aug-2006 20:02
gorgeous, have never seen those
Guest 03-Aug-2006 19:55
Completely fabulous! Who needs filters when you can do that with your camera? ;)
Stu03-Aug-2006 19:46
You don't see these haystacks around much anymore... too labour intensive for our ubersubsidised farmers (or are they using Polish labour?)
Mindy McNaugher03-Aug-2006 19:28
These are so cool! Have only ever seen the round bales! Wonderful textures, tones and comp!
Johnny JAG03-Aug-2006 19:09
Much prettier than those round bales.
Coleen Perilloux Landry03-Aug-2006 19:05
Perhaps we do an injustice to nature by doing PS work. This is lovely. The sheafs of grain are beautiful.
Guest 03-Aug-2006 18:56
old school indeed
Pre-combine era
brings back memories of threshing wheat and oats when I was a youngster
J. Scott Coile03-Aug-2006 18:47
Have not seen anything natural so period in a while. Old school... YES.
royalld03-Aug-2006 17:58
Magnificent compostion. Great exposure.
Jola Dziubinska03-Aug-2006 17:56
True summer scenery and colors. Perfectly shot, Lee.
Scott Browne03-Aug-2006 17:54
Wow. This is a great shot. voted
Faye White03-Aug-2006 17:52
gorgeous, Lee!
Guest 03-Aug-2006 17:52
WELL that's cool looking.

Straight from the camera...I havent' done that in ages...It's a good idea to try I suppose but then's so much fun to mess them up in PS!
beverley harrison03-Aug-2006 17:49
oh wow lee, beautiful but watch out for caz, she'll wanna steal this one for her gallery!!