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    When farmland reverts.....

    Hey guys not all of Oz is God forsaken, waterless and desolate and a squillion miles to anywhere nearby. Just most of it. A small part of it is quite pleasantly liveable! And that is where most of us hang out
    Anyway here is a late evening shot of a slope on our place with a few of our trees.
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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    Quote Originally Posted by ucci View Post
    Hey guys not all of Oz is God forsaken, waterless and desolate and a squillion miles to anywhere nearby. Just most of it. A small part of it is quite pleasantly liveable! And that is where most of us hang out
    Anyway here is a late evening shot of a slope on our place with a few of our trees.
    Thanks for viewing and any comments
    old ucci
    Looks like beautiful country Ken, and I think you've captured it well in that shot..it's superb
    in the lightbox!

    It may not be waterless and desolate, but I would bet it still gets smokin' hot in the
    Summer..When farmland reverts.....

    Mike

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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    I like the composition of that, although I'd want to take out that fencepost right in the front-centre.

    It looks a little over-exposed on my monitor. I wondered about turning it down a notch?
    Last edited by Donald; 4th October 2011 at 06:46 AM.

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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    My thoughts as well Donald.

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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I like the composition of that, although I'd want to take out that fencepost right in the front-centre.
    Thanks for comments folks. Actually the 'fence posts; are markers over a major optic fibre communications line linking Melbourne and Bendigo and a nearby large army base. If I took therm out, as I was going to, I was concerned there would be a major blackout in vital communications across the State! Apparently a lot of powerful people really spit the dummy if this happens
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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    Quote Originally Posted by ucci View Post
    If I took them out, as I was going to, I was concerned there would be a major blackout in vital communications across the State! Apparently a lot of powerful people really spit the dummy if this happens
    Go on. Live on the edge! Let's get rebellious in our old age!
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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Go on. Live on the edge! Let's get rebellious in our old age!

    LOL Too old and Time weary to be rebellious. Best I can manage is to be revolting. Just ask Mrs Ucci who will confirm this is so. Tells me I am, quite often!
    Last edited by ucci; 4th October 2011 at 11:36 PM.

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    Re: When farmland reverts.....

    I think I agree with Donald and Peter, ucci. To me it looks awful bright for a late evening shot.
    It is a nice picture, just the same. I'm liking the dead tree.

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