- Sep 10, 2013
- Photography Experience
- Photo Editing Experience
- Edit my images ?
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Thanks Ryan. It’s not working now but historically it was a corn mill.Spectacular scene and that light is gorgeous, one question is what does the windmill drive? Never seen one on legs like that.
Thank you!That's a cracker Mike... wonderful light.
Thanks. The foreground was a monotonous wheat field. Hence I did not include a lot of it. I was setup to capture the emerging sunset in the background.Wonderfully taken Mike.
Only thing I got- a smidge more foreground. Other than that? Cracker, Belter and every other good word!
See section on workings.Very nice ,I wonder how the miller gained access to the working's ?
This is great, Mike. It's got gorgeous light.
Very nice ,I wonder how the miller gained access to the working's ?
Thanks for your comments.That light and subject are very nice. Well done.
Thanks Bill. See the link above which explains the structure’s history and workings.I suspect I would have been so fasinated by the structure that I would have forgotten to take any pictures. This is such a photogenic scene, that it would be hard not to come up with a great shot, but you definately took it up a notch. The light, the composition balance and the sky all contributed to create a shot worthy off anyone's wall.
Thanks Pete.Mike, that's an ace photograph! No criticism at all.
Thanks.Wonderful light and composition.
Thank you. I did burn to shadow in the wheat to bring out some depth in the foreground. There was a gentle breeze blowing and I accepted that there will be some motion blur at that shutter speed.As others have already said, it's a wonderful shot. The light and shadow works well on the Windmill.
Just a couple of very minor detractions - the shadow on the grass could be lightened up for my tastes, and the foreground looks a little blurred to me (on my laptop screen anyway) Is it movement blur maybe - was it windy?