Very interesting use of green energy Mark
Thanks Greg. The snow was about 900 meters higher up, so it was shirt sleeves weather down with us (may be a thin jumper when stopping for sandwiches
Here are a couple of more up to date shots from this weekend. Move on to the summer fields of wheat. The first is from Friday evening which was breezy, but with a great sky and some interesting clouds. It is the first shot here from my new Nex 6. I was out scouting for locations ready for the next sun-rise, but the light was actually better on this evening it turned out.Pershore 2013 - Wheat and Tree
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Here is one from the rather disappointing next morning. I was nipping between fields trying to see if I could make something out of the low, slow moving cloud, when I slipped in to a ditch (as mentioned in the weather thread). Luckily it was dry! This was the view once out of the ditch. I like the Hog Weed, now gone to seed, around the field's edge.Pershore 2013 - From the Field's Edge
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First with Nex 6 and SEL 16-50, second with A99 and KM 17-35 2.8-4.
Nex 5, Nex 6 (IR), A7M2, A99 and a bunch of lenses.