Landscape 2013

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Landscape 2013

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Today I was in Napa Valley, California (One of the more popular wine growing regions) and the valley was in a
riotous "burst" of mustard fields.

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That's a nice view and a nice place, it seems.
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My hay fever will have a field day in that place. It's much better looking to it from behind a monitor :)
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Great view Sury and super colour. Ah, spring can not be far away here either; the snow drops and crocuses are out. I'm itching to get out for some pictures this weekend.
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Where is the photo of empty wine bottles?
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From a very clear morning, after the snow had melted. The ground is still absolutely sodden. You can see the water standing in the furrows of this ploughed field.

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Nice shot, Birma. I like it.
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Andy, I am with Doc on this one. Very nice shot.
Ken, empty bottles in the car would be frowned upon by law enforcement officials. :lol:
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Atishoo! From me too, Sury. Great colour, there.

Birma - lovely light on that one - reminds me of the 'golden hour'. (I don't often see dawn) It reminds me of some I took last week of furrows but from a very low elevation -

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and a 'straighter' shot from the ploughed field's edges

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I am not sure this is a landscape picture but i post it here anyways ;)

What i like about it is the hole down to the right in the clouds that gives it allot of depth.
the effect works better with a bigger picture but 1024* has to do ;)
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and a sunset over the same mountains
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Bless you Pat!!! :) Nice shots. Love the reflection in the first one and the gentle curve leading to back in the second one. Second one is my favorite.
I see land, so Dennis, it qualifies for the landscape. :lol: As you probably know we are not a picky bunch here. :D Nice shots.

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Nice yellow field of vision Sury.. and Pat, your 2nd image is lovely... Dennis, prefer your first one..
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Some beautiful, mighty, frosty and scy-scraping landscapes, Sury, Birma, Pat and Dennis.

Thanks for sharing,

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Thanks Doc, Sury, Pat and Yildiz :)

Looks like your fields are as waterlogged as ours Pat.

Great sunset Dennis - definitely landscapes in my book :)
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