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After the harvest ~ Harden NSW by Rosalie Dale
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After the harvest ~ Harden NSW by 


I do love watching the changing seasons in the countryside! Taken on the Burley Griffin Way near Harden NSW January 2012. Mid day sun meant it was a tad bright!

Single jpeg x 5 in Photomatix @ +/- 0.3 and finished in CS3

FEATURED in One Tree at a Time Group March 2012

Sony R1 handheld

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harvest, summer, travel, harden, murrumburah, nsw, rural, country, scene, crop, gate

I suffer from viewfinder vision (find myself visualising a frame around everything I see) so my genre is “anything that moves and most things that don’t”!!

I don’t so much wish to document places and things, as to evoke feeling and emotion.

This leads to a diverse portfolio and constantly overloaded external hard drives…not to mention some burning of the midnight oil as I keep looking for that elusive perfect process for yet another ‘masterpiece’!!!

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Comments

  • George Petrovsky
    George Petrovskyabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful rurality Rosalie! A nice lead in with the road and gate into the fields beyond. :)george

  • Thanks George … I seem to have favourite spots along this road and find myself stopping most trips to get the same view, different conditions!! I appreciate the fav … ta.

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...about 2 years ago

    I love our countryside… Beautiful capture, Rosalie.

  • Appreciated Donna – every season is beautiful!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Robin Webster
    Robin Websterabout 2 years ago

    A gorgeous scene Rosalie! I love the lines in the soil left from the harvest! Beautiful image!

  • If it isn’t the stripping of cereal crops, it is windrowing canola or ploughing ready for planting that ends up giving the paddocks ‘texture’ … always fun to see what you’ll find out in the country areas. Thanks heaps Robin

    – Rosalie Dale

  • GailD
    GailDabout 2 years ago

    Yep. Definately a difference to the one on fb. This is so much lighter. I wonder what happened. Perhaps direct Todd to this one??
    Great shot anyway.

  • I suspect if we snuck up a shot by a famous photographer it would still get bagged Gail … !!! Can’t win with some people. There are those who use carrots and those who use sticks … :+) Thanks for the thumbs up!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98about 2 years ago

    What a gorgeous scene and how well you have photographed it. The clarity is pure Sony – just beautiful. Great work mate!
    Hugs
    Peter

  • Love the pin stripes we get in paddocks from time to time Peter. Thanks for the encouragement! xx

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Kofoed
    Kofoedabout 2 years ago

    Strange to imagine times of harvest in January at my latitudes :o)
    A wonderful image, Rosalie. Beautiful lines all over. And you’ve handled the brightness excellently.

  • I value your kind words Keld … Thank you! The opposing seasons are strange to imagine – our summer has actually been very wet and unpleasant mostly!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenabout 2 years ago

    Superb work Rosalie..xx

  • Thanks for the fav Waz … hoping the sun’s out so everyone can get these views to and from the weekend rumble!! So far the forecast is wet for late in the week …

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsabout 2 years ago

    Just love the Aussie countryside. Nice shot Rosalie.

  • Thanks heaps Michael!!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • And thanks also for the fav Michael!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Lightseeker
    Lightseekerabout 2 years ago

    This is a really good composition, regardless of the brightness, but the light is even across the frame & not as bad as you may reckon.

  • I’m really encouraged mate … thanks for the considered comment.

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Mark Richards
    Mark Richardsabout 2 years ago

    Nice shot Rosalie, nice perspective and outlook and a beautiful scene.

  • Pleased you like it Mark, Thank you

    – Rosalie Dale

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