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Aww Thank you so much
– Jeff Burns
the selective colors really serves as wonderful focal point and draw the viewer attention. Well done mate! Cheers!
Wow thanks for the kind words. :-)
What a delightful image!!!! Darling… (if you don’t mind me saying so)!!!!! lolA fav for me!!!!
Yes that is fine. Thank you so much
Very cool Sir..I can identify with this capture!The selective colour sets the mood!Great work!-jinneyx
Thank you so much. means alot
Hey man great shot!!! Excellent use of sc as well!
Thank you for the compliment
Great work Jeff, I can also relate with this!!
Thats a lot of Hay lol.. great shot lol
Thank you LOL
great use of selective colouring Jeff – very original – works really well.
Thank you so much Deb. :-)
Like it Jeffers but I think a tighter crop round the bales would be better. For me there is just a bit too much empty foreground. Very skillful use of selective colouring too!
Thanks buddy I tried that too but went with this one. I don’t know why it just gives it another effect. Maybe I post the other one later as Hay II. A Sequel
Used to live on a farm in England – this brings back memories, except the bales are a different shape. Great shot
Thank you so much it was fun