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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Bart, Nov 10, 2018 at 2:58 PM.

  1. There's still quite some agriculture in my area - of course on a much smaller scale than in the real agricultural areas in the larger countries.
    Nevertheless, in spring, the ground gets prepared. Resulting in interesting patterns and textures.

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  2. Dayo

    Dayo

    May 1, 2006
    Bahrain
    Great eye to see and capture those patterns.

    Did you have to climb UP the chimney to shoot #2 & #3?
     
  3. Thank you, Dayo!
    Much appreciated!

    Not the chimney :) 
    These were taken from the bridge with the heavy concrete elements you see in the thread under a bridge.
    #4, 5 & 6
    It's a newly built bridge to suppress a railway crossing with a very busy railway between Oostende (coast) and Cologne.
     
  4. Agreed with Dayo. Do you by any chance have one that is entirely like the left side of #6?
     
  5. Dudley5854

    Dudley5854

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    Nov 1, 2018
    Interesting ..nice patterns...good eye.
     
  6. Really appreciated, Mike and Dudley!
    Thank you!

    @Mike Buckley@Mike Buckley Not from that day but this one is more or less like that:

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    (if I understood you correctly)
     
  7. And excellent series Bart. Our farms grown wheat and lentils and typically we don't get to see such nice distinct furrows. The art comes in the fall with harvest patterns.
     
  8. Thanks for the extra photo, Bart. I like that perspective.
     
  9. Greatly appreciated, Nick!
    Thank you!
    These furrows are used for potatoes.
    Also for asparagus but those are not grown in our region.
    Wheat was about the most common crop, next to potatoes, when I grew up but it is rarely seen these days. Now it's almost always corn.

    Thank you, Mike!
    Appreciated!
     
  10. merlin

    merlin

    Oct 12, 2010
    Northern New Mexico
    Merlin Emrys
    Wonderful earth patterns.
     
  11. Really appreciated, Merlin!
    Thank you!
     
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