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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Tuesday, 11 September 2012

SUMMER IS OVER. (11/09/12)

It’s been an exciting couple of days. The Olympics are over, Andy Murray is British and not Scottish for the second time in a month, Dithery Dave has announced yet another initiative to revitalise the economy, Lewis Hamilton won a Grand Prix and it’s started to rain again.

I’ve been out and about with the camera but to no great effect. The light between the showers is dramatic especially early and late in the day.

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P9113782_3_4_5_6_tonemapped_edited-1 Sky and straw bales.

P9113777_78_79_80_81_tonemapped_edited-1  Sky.

P9093752_3_4_5_6_tonemapped_edited-1   It’s a hive of activity here. Harvesting, ploughing, harrowing and seeding all going ahead as fast as possible.

P9113767_68_69_70_71_tonemapped_edited-1Hedge Bindweed.

That’s all for today.

16 comments:

  1. Very nice seasonal images Adrian......

    -Trevor

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  2. Awesome images Adrian. Have a great day.

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  3. Ooh, I hope that they get the hay into a shelter before the rains come again.

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  4. Particularly like the first one - stitched panoramic shot?

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  5. Straw bails, I mean, they are round, how do they do that.

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  6. Straw bails, I mean, they are round, how do they do that.

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  7. Beautiful photos. Great sereies.
    Wish you a nice week.
    From Hilda

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  8. Really like the sky scenes in the harvest fields. Interesting to hear how agriculture is practiced in other areas.

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  9. I can almost smell the hay, wonderful images Adrian.

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  10. Exquisite images, Adrian.
    I look forward to our rainy season, it's been way too dry way too long.

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  11. Beautiful landscapes captures...number three is my favorit...Have a wonderful day...

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  12. Yea, the whole Andy Murray nationality thing gets on my nerves that I choose not to hear it anymore.
    Great harvest shots, I passed similar scenes today (Oh how I wish life was in HDR haha) travelling at great speed in North Yorkshire avoiding the devastation on the A1.

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  13. Your hay shots against the cloudy skies are wonderful. I can't resist taking a pic of a good bale of hay. Glad you got the final product.

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  14. You make Canadian hay look so boring compared to these lovely shots. OK.. not Canadian hay.. just my pics of it. ;)

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  15. Skies and hayfields - very beautiful pictures Adrian!

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