Field Of Dreams?....The biggest set of lawn ornaments in Ohio...ADDED PIC

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This image is just to big....I got the rez down to 75 and cut the size in half and it still is huge!! Click on image for bigger size then when the new window opens click on it again.(unless your browser opens it right the first time.)

Here is story from Roadside America.
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/9527

Now I know why I don't live in Dublin Ohio....TAXES.
 
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Who is buried here Ty COBB?? LOL

Seriously, how many images did you use, and what soft ware?
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ummm I have to think because I had to do it in stages because of my laptop's memory...12 jpgs with my D300 and Photoshop cs3's Photomerge.

I had to do a little cloning in the telephone wires. I must have tilted my hand a little. I was in my car because I was on a driveway and I didn't have my tripod so I had to handhold it. I was just amazed that I didn't have any issues with parallax problems.
 
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Thanks George.

I finished doing the pics of that site and I put this one up to show the size.:

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D300 full frame, cropped only to get it to a 4x6 and then reduced to 100ppi.
My lens was at about 180 (out of 300) I mainly used this to mark the end of the series. According to one of the websites, they are 6 ft tall.....It's amazing, Google concrete corn ears and the first five are about this site.
 
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Me either...All I can think about is thank goodness I don't have to mow it:biggrin:
 
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ummm I have to think because I had to do it in stages because of my laptop's memory...12 jpgs with my D300 and Photoshop cs3's Photomerge.

I had to do a little cloning in the telephone wires. I must have tilted my hand a little. I was in my car because I was on a driveway and I didn't have my tripod so I had to handhold it. I was just amazed that I didn't have any issues with parallax problems.
Thats amazing, you must have young and steady hands:biggrin:
 
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Yes and no.:biggrin: I'm a young 38 and too much coffee, it facilitates the need for a vr lens.
 
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Nice image. Do they pop in hot weather ?
Thanks. Nah, When they are ready to be harvested, they roast them and then use one of the butter sculptures from the state fair to smother it and then sell it for a dollar a kernel.
 

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