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Wondeful shot. The lines reaching to the horizon makes it so effective.
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Great photo – love the angle and the perspective.
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there has been a lot of that going on round here as well this last week or so. Great weather for the tractors with little rain, sadly if you get stuck behind a tractor on a country road you have little chance of getting past.
Yes, sadly one of things against living in the countryside. That, and the sonic booms, that I’ll write about later in the week!
Love this 🙂 I so like to see the start of a new crop season it means the weather is only going to get better x
Hello, many thanks for popping over. Yes, Spring is the start of life, and I love it. Let us hope that it’s the start of better weather. Goodness only knows, we all need some sunshine to cheer us up!
Love the angle of this photo, what will be grown in the field?
Helloee! Many thanks for the visit. It’ll be sugar beet this year. Wheat last year. Then wheat next year.
great patterns made by the dried out soil. x
Hello Jenny, thanks for the visit and your kind comment. Much appreciated!
I know the farmers have been enjoying the dry spell being able to get on in the fields. This is a very familiar sight around Cornwall and tractor traffic is part and parcel I’m afraid.
I really hope you didn’t have to lie down in the mud for this!
Tee hee hee. No, not quite just a lot of squatting! Now I know why my thighs were aching this morning. Couldn’t think what I had been doing to cause it! Thanks for the visit, much appreciated.
Very effective. I love these ‘silent’ shots. It’s all so peaceful and calm.
Thanks Joanne for stopping by. It’s not always peaceful and quiet in the countryside, sadly. The tranquility isn’t spoiled by the mooing of cows, bleating of lambs or the roar of tractors. It is spoiled by something far more intrusive….. More in my next post!
I like the lines of this one. It makes me remember the smell of the fields near the ranch where I spent a lot of time as a kid.
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