I have had the honor of being featured over at I LOVE PHOTOBLOGS so click here and check it out and don’t forget to leave a comment πŸ™‚

12 comments on “Farm…”

  1. Congratulations πŸ™‚ thats so cool, and another cool shot with super processing

  2. maybe its better to have a camera. how many things do we seeevery day without actually *seeing*? we see many things withoutprocessing what we just saw. life passes faster than imperfectmemory, faster even than grease through a sick pig. how manytimes have i driven past something, my eyes lingering for a momentregistering but not registering? without a camera, almost everythingis nothing.

  3. congrats on your exposure on i love photoblogs!but one thing you said isn’t true: I don’t consider myself a photographer, compared to the rest of the community.well, it may be true you don’t consider yourself anything,but you are a good photographer! your photos are honest.

  4. Nice farm!

  5. Your drive-by beauties are one of a kind, Elaine! And please let me say: You are a photographer! Believe me. I know what I’m talking about, I’m drowning in your beautiful photographs every day. And I love it! What an amazing composition, what a gorgeous ride & what a great a photogrpah, my dear! All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

  6. Wonderful rural scene. Again..and always – love the processing. And – congrats πŸ˜‰ about being featured at the I LOVE PHOTOBLOGS site.

  7. it’s a great day.. i should be out right now.. instead, i’m cooped up inside.. :Dwow.. congrats! πŸ˜€

  8. Very cool, my dear.

  9. Congrats on the interview & being featured. Well done because you deserve it. Love the post processing & textures in this one too!

  10. very cool..congrats!! I like this how this is treated also! Makes a very cool image.

  11. I like this one very much. The tones are wonderful and such a lovely scene. Congrats on the feature.

  12. I love how you kept the mirror in the scene. And as for the farm, well, I can almost smell the fresh country air.

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