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Taken with Olympus E520. View of a wheat crop in our neighbour’s paddock, ( Serpentine Vic) sillhouetted in the setting sun. Our crops grew high, then got flattened with many storms and big rains…they shot in the head or got rust, then more rain stopped the harvest. Mother nature…..8 years of drought followed by the promise of success, drowned in overkill!!! Welcome to the gamble of farming.

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I am a keen amateur using a Nikon D610, and a Sony RX100 compact. The cameras have their strengths and weaknesses! I travel with my work, and have lived rural, so see a wide range of subjects to capture….ENJOY!!

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  • Jessica Snyder
    Jessica Snyderabout 4 years ago

    this is very beautiful

  • Thanks Jessica…I appreciate it!

    – Julie Sleeman

  • mspfoto
    mspfotoabout 4 years ago

    Awesome Imagery

  • Thanks so much! I appreciate the support!

    – Julie Sleeman

  • Rachel Sonnenschein
    Rachel Sonnens...almost 4 years ago

    oh, this is truly magnificent, WoW!!~

  • Thanks! I am so glad you like it!:)

    – Julie Sleeman

  • Ell-on-Wheels
    Ell-on-Wheelsalmost 4 years ago

    “the gamble of farming” … at time of writing, I don’t envy any of the farming folk trying to ‘make ends meet’, while mother nature plays havoc with lives :o( As you say, first 8 years of drought, then just too much rain! :o((
    Your image is glorious Julie, but a reminder also of how precarious is the reliance of farmers on nature to do the right thing! :o/

  • Very insighful response!! I really appreciate it. Thanks.

    – Julie Sleeman

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