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    Morning glory

    waking up Early in the morning, just in time for the golden hour


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    Last edited by Vandenberg; 17th July 2011 at 10:04 AM.

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    Re: Morning glory

    Awesome series, Vanderberg. You really own this kind of post-processing, Sir. Well done.

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    Re: Morning glory

    Those are great shots and great processing, Vandenberg. I can almost feel the breeze blowing.

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    Re: Morning glory

    Really smooth and pleasing image!

    Have you harvested some to your breakfast?

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    Re: Morning glory

    it rained the last few days, so de ground was like wet clay
    and barley is only 50cm high so i have to go belly down to get a good pov
    My wife was not very happy when I got home

    no i didn harvest it was still too green to eat

    thank you for your comments

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    Re: Morning glory

    Very nice set but I was expecting pictures of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_glory

    Cheers

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    Re: Morning glory

    also got a reply that it means something like a **** in the morning
    what's in a name

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    Re: Morning glory

    That's right! Think outside the box!

    I didn't say.... I'm sorry! Saw these and LOVED them, of course. I've been thinking about trying something similar - the grass at the top of our hill is almost as tall as I am (er, five feet five inches) and it's gorgeous blowing in the wind. Then, the harvest machinery was delivered, a couple of days ago. I may have missed it - I don't know - it's raining, today, which may give me a chance!

    Anyway, (like I said) LOVE these!

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    Re: Morning glory

    thanks katy
    was raining here as well, and it still is as we speak
    when i was done, I looked like some moster out of the swamp thing
    my shoe got stuck in the mud as well

    but i had fun, only my wife did n share that feeling when i got home

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    Re: Morning glory

    Oh, I know about the lying flat in the mud thing to get the shot. Trouble is - I have to speak sternly to myself!

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