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I like the haybales in this Rob- the saturated yellow works really well against the blue/violet backdrop.Ryan
wow Rob, I don't have so much desktop you know!!I like this one, but do think that the tractor has to be in a slightly higher in contrast, along with the grass in front. Just to let it come even more loose from the background.
Oh Rob, it is spectacular. I love the rolling clouds and the composition works beautifully. Thanks for leaving the "inspiration" message on my blog." Isn't it fantastic how we artists spur one another on?
Beautiful - the weather reads perfectly.
Wow, another sky painting. Nice atmosphere and light as usual.I agree with Rene about the tractor. I was thinking that it looked a bit fuzzy.
thank you ryan,i tried to put as much contrast as possible in this one,to help with the drama...
i can see your point rene,i was aware of a conflict of interest between the tractor and bales,tried to tone down the bales but didn't like it...the tractor being a man made machine attracts attention anyway.lesson learned for next time?
dianne,i'm not one for much progress, but the internet is fantastic like this isn't itthanks for the kind words.
thanks cara,the weather is crap here...must be summer!at least it is good for moody paintings...
hi keithi'm getting used to my new camera,the painting is sharper irl...thanks for popping in
This painting made me smile with familiarity. Here in Oregon the bales are round too.
nice one Rob...love the fleeting sunshine with brewing clouds on the horizon
havn't see round bales for a long time diane
hi sally,glad you like it,appreciated!
Rob thank you so much for visiting my blog sometime back and leaving your very kind comment.I love Hurry Harvest; I lived the farm life for a while as a child and can clearly recall the times when it was all hands on deck to race against the weather. Up in Nth Queensland we had tropical storms and the occasional cyclone that kept our boots knee deep in mud. It was a lot of fun for a child but I suspect it was a headache for the adults.
yes it is all a family matter farming,there is always something,lamming harvest shearing etc etc,the farmers work so hard!
Great light. Winter is coming here too. Such short summers we have.
yes mary,and then they change us to winter time as well,with the clocks.here it can get dark at 3 on a bad day in winter.
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