Good early spring rains have finished this crop off nicely in north western Victoria.
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australian landscape, crop
Beautiful composition…. the solitary tree finishes the shot nicely
Thanks Shelley. I am learning the art of composition from my daughter. :-)
– Neville Jones
It is amazing… I’ve always wanted to travel to fields like this
Then come to Oz! Although it can be a challenge to find crops which stretch to the horizon with nothing else in frame, even in Oz!
A perfect demonstration of composition using the law of thirds. Very nice.
Congrats on your Art Page Feature!
Thanks Rosalie! I am thrilled!
Gorgeous scenery almost looks surreal-nicely done!
Thanks Ron. I drove for hours before finding this scene.
So simple and beautiful….you only came to digital photography last year? Wow!
I am lucky to have an artist daughter to learn from. :-)
Hi Neville,This is such a dreamy, happy pic and very well composed – well done. I haven’t got down to country Victoria yet (or Africa!) but this kind of scenery is a real drawcard.
Thanks David. I am learning that there are things to really “see” everywhere. Its taken a lifetime to realise that. :-)
Thank you Janet!