Crop Edge Posted on Tuesday, 24th June , 2014 by Stephen G. Hipperson The edge of a field of barley. —Stephen— Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wow. Love this!
Thank you, Caryn!
I like the composition, great shot.
Thank you, Simon!
great black and white image, it allows us to see the different textures, something that is often “lost” in colour images.
It didn’t do a lot in colour – pushing the contrast made it too unnatural for me.
this I would love to have on my wall – superlatives only to describe it
Really nice – great tones and composition
Fantastic Stephen – love the soft tufts of the wheat against the hard textured stems.
(I’d like to get to do some more, as I believe there is scope for further exploration of texture – specifically with barley, but it has to be still.
Beautiful picture! I like very much!
Like the fields in Wizard of Oz just before they add the color. Very nice.
🙂 Thank you!
Oh how beautiful. And powerful. Like a piece of a fable. Imagine what such an image can do to the mind!
🙂 – of course the fables have to be there in the first place. Pictures can only ever be prompts.
Very 1930s looking, Stephen. ‘Course, I think it’s been since the 1930 that I last visited here…
I suspect my composition has been inspired by some old Master’s work I’ve seen in book (wouldn’t be one of yours would it! 😉 )
Looks ghostly. Like alien beings.
Great composition! 🙂
I liked this very much. The different textures and patterns of barley, tyre tracks and clouds. So good in black and white