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18. Farmland


A rural landscape all plotted and pieced is a very attractive sight to me.  This one has the added bonus of rolling hills and that tiny little abandoned home in the middle.

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  1. This is not the usual sort of piecing together, though, Joan. Perhaps, I am confusing NSW with Kansas, where the piecing seems laboriously rectangular. At least, this style makes it obvious that the trees are valued.

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    1. I agree this is more of a single paddock contoured with different crops rather than individual fields. And there are certainly more trees than normal.

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