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Haystacks 8


On a drive out from Canowindra I found a new shot for my haystacks series. I think it's my best so far.

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  1. The utilitatian becomes art. I like to think that this was done deliberately, that someone is a would-be installation artist but mostly I think you have a great eye, JE. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

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  2. I've been scrolling up and down, testing the proportions of earth and sky. You could prolly crop some of the sky but ask Julie, I think she's more precise.

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  3. I just came back from a tour of the haystacks. You're definitely onto something JE. I can't wait to see where it takes you.

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  4. I have to think about that!

    Firstly, the series is a joy. No one does country as well as you, Joan ... well Letty is bordering-on-okay but works on the trickle-down effect!

    Proportions here are not classical ... but they do emphasise the wide-open spaces that western NSW is reknown for. I love the plough furrows in the foreground: well it has probably been scarified but let's not quibble. You get the sense that man is not in control out here: that there is another master.

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  5. I love this one!
    I love the shadows the clouds have made and I love the little house in the background.
    Oh yeah - and the haystack too.

    (Hey Julie!
    "works on the trickle-down effect" - waz that mean?)

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  6. Hiya Letitia m'dear ... shall comment at your place ...

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