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Hay Sepia

Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 26 September 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Nikon D300 1/160 second F/9.0 ISO 200 105 mm (35mm equiv.)

DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

Well, your images never go wrong, Jack,
but I do prefer the clarity and strength of the black and white image,
and the sunburst that was a part of it. :-)

26 Sep 2010 6:00am

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Completely different feel to yesterday. This = yesteryear, yesterday= toil. Both well shot with a different story to tell

26 Sep 2010 6:06am

Zora Zoé - sichtbar fotogrativ from Berlin, Germany

Wonderfully done - it really brings an ancient mood while viewing - I like it very much!

26 Sep 2010 6:26am

Iknow from Chengdu, China

still love the tones you`ve changed, a intriguing melody here!!
have a nice day

26 Sep 2010 6:57am

Manola from Bassens, France

... Adorable picture: of another time, of another history: I am a FAN.....
I like!!;-)))

26 Sep 2010 7:25am

Yvon from Orleans, France

terrefic shot, Jack

26 Sep 2010 8:26am

Marie LC from Dauphiné, France

Nice composition. I however prefer to see this type of subject in color because grindstones and their golden tones it is very beautiful

26 Sep 2010 8:38am

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

Lovely. I really like the soft tones and processing here.

26 Sep 2010 8:53am

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Nice Shot !

26 Sep 2010 9:35am

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Beautiful processed! Fascinatig angle and compo too!

26 Sep 2010 11:56am

Larry Elkins from Bisbee, United States

Evocative of days gone by

26 Sep 2010 12:45pm

Sunder from Chennai, India

Nice shot!
Love the tones and the processing...

26 Sep 2010 1:37pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, Florida, United States

This certainly has a timeless quality.

26 Sep 2010 2:35pm

Don from Spokane, United States

You overcome the back lighting's inherent contrast with the mild toning and edge treatment. The result is an attractive image that, for me, seems less a document and more of subjective statement about the hay. Well done.

26 Sep 2010 2:46pm

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Sepia and an exquisite tone friend Jack! Pictures reminds me of my father who now sleep in a drawer full of memories that I care to preserve ... The love I feel for my father will have something to do with the pleasure I feel when I see a picture in this tone? That pin Jack? I'm sure that there is a cash bond between the sepia tones and my love for him, my first teacher! Superb image that has touched the hearts ... evokes so many happy moments with the machine to portray in your hands! and beside me watching! A hug friend Jack! Muchos besos y gracias por tu regalo de hoy Adela

26 Sep 2010 3:10pm

@Adela Fonts: Thanks. You have made my day. Any photograph of mine that can evoke such memories becomes very special for me. Kisses for your Sunday.

alex centrella from California, United States

cool image...old feeling works well here ..

26 Sep 2010 3:17pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

looks great in sepia ! Beautiful !

26 Sep 2010 3:43pm

Irene from France

Exquisite in sepia too!

26 Sep 2010 3:48pm

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Beautiful and timeless in your sepia. I love the light vignette, too!

26 Sep 2010 3:53pm

rokhsana from tehran, Iran

i saw such a scene several times and every time i regreted why i didn't have my camera with myself,specially when sun makes those beautiful long shadows,excellent work!

26 Sep 2010 4:01pm

Diane from hythe, Canada

very nice rural scene Jack

26 Sep 2010 5:10pm

Celeb from Madrid, Spain

Nice processing!!!

26 Sep 2010 5:25pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is excellent from the word "go." Great vignette, VERY nice treatment, superb idea to use the b&w and a wonderful autumn-type scene....Super image Jack!

26 Sep 2010 5:52pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

oops - I meant sepia...duhhh

26 Sep 2010 5:52pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A vintage feel despite the modern round bales. In my days on the farm, we were still using the rectangular ones.

26 Sep 2010 5:55pm

Macrobaby from Vancouver, Canada

I just love this in the sepia tones. Lighting is perfect with little shadows behind each bale...perfect

26 Sep 2010 5:55pm

❀ Yvonne Simons ❀ from Tilburg, Netherlands

Beautiful sepia photo, reminds me of times past, great!

26 Sep 2010 5:55pm

Jaap from Friesland, Netherlands

Like an old fashioned image. Cool shot.

26 Sep 2010 6:51pm

STEED from Somewhere, France

Perfect treatment to valorise this picture.....Nice,Jack...

26 Sep 2010 7:13pm

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

Nostaligic treatment - I like it.

26 Sep 2010 7:59pm

Marie from Belgium

The harvest of the wheat quite gently, attractive colors...

26 Sep 2010 8:23pm

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

Like an old photo, very nice sepia tones. Simply beautiful!

26 Sep 2010 8:31pm

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Nice !

26 Sep 2010 8:57pm

Formerly Known as MontereyJohn from Waterbury, Connecticut, United States

Ditto what Susan said :)

26 Sep 2010 9:34pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Nice processing and good shot for fall.

26 Sep 2010 10:58pm

Dutçh from Chicagoland, United States

The sepia as you know gives it an older feel.. but that also means this scene is pretty timeless since it looks good no matter how its processed.

26 Sep 2010 11:17pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, Canada

It is that time of year. Very nice processing.

27 Sep 2010 1:33am

PATRICK from miramas, France

wow excellent

27 Sep 2010 5:28am

Isidro from Barcelona, Spain

genial este trabajo!!

28 Sep 2010 12:15am

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

Good idea..sort of give it an old days approach

6 Oct 2010 5:49pm