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Rolling hills of Bellingen by Adriana Glackin

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Taken in April 2010; the late afternoon light was simply magical.

Thank you for looking :-)

Canon 50D
17-85mm @ 17mmFL
CPL filter
f13
1/10 sec
ISO100


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adriana glackin, landscape, nature, nsw, australia, bellingen, trees, fence, scenery, serene, hills, gumtrees, pasture, afternoon

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  • Barssel
    Barsselabout 3 years ago

    Very bucolic…………….is that a wombat in the bottom right

  • Tsk! I must have missed him – he seems to have gone… ;-)

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Traceyisanozzy
    Traceyisanozzyabout 3 years ago

    How gorgeous Adriana….such beautiful countryside there, makes me a little homesick, love your tones and those fluffy clouds.
    Need to get back to the Butter Factory and pick up some more chimes ;)

  • I’m glad you like it Tracey – and the Butter Factory…I must google that as it sounds like a visit there is in order :-))

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 3 years ago

    It’s such a beautiful part of the world…Love it!

  • Yes, absolutely gorgeous. We make a little day trip of it when we’re in the area :-)

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful pastoral scene, Adriana!

  • Thank you Wendi, so glad you like it :-))

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Stuart Chapman
    Stuart Chapmanabout 3 years ago

    That late afternoon light causes a lovely angle on the shadows and the interplay between light and shade dancing across the landscape like a perfectly choreographed ballroom dance makes the shot very attractive for the eye.

    The trees are placed at very strategic distances and positions apart like a mutual agreement to bask in the beautiful surroundings with an individual sense of freedom as their line leads the eye gently across the scene.

    Then the perfect blue sky with cotton wool balled fluffy clouds residing above the lush green landscape inspires me to pull up a rug, sit under a tree with a glass of lemonade and just watch the world drift by.

  • …So you saw the magic with the light, too! It was that lovely time of afternoon when you happen upon a photogenic landscape so you stop the car and try and photograph the scene before you. Thank you for your detailed comment :-))

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Traceyisanozzy
    Traceyisanozzyabout 3 years ago

    You’ve never been to the Old Butter Factory ??
    Gasp
    It’s on the right just as you are driving in to Bellingen.
    Their chimes are like nothing you’ve ever heard before, seriously! :)

  • Yes, yes! I have, just didn’t pay attention to the fact it’s called the Old Butter Factory…ahem… I really should be more observant, shouldn’t I?! lol!

    – Adriana Glackin

  • Uncle Bob
    Uncle Bobabout 3 years ago

    Reckon that wombat’s gone there………..

  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldabout 3 years ago

    Ahh.. I do love to see wombat country, it’s a great part of the world :)

  • James Gibbs
    James Gibbsabout 3 years ago

    Gorgeous capture! Outstanding!

  • TheMacMartynes
    TheMacMartynesabout 3 years ago

    Oh my, if I position my pince-nez in just the right place, I believe I can actually see that wombat hiding behind the tree there. Bellingden is full of such pictureque hills and valleys; why, I’m feeling all reminiscent now, seeing this image of yours…Stella

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