Monday, November 14, 2011

Our World Tuesday - Bellarine hay bales

These shots were taken down on the Bellarine Peninsula on my last weekend away. They were all taken in space of five minutes – as you can see there is a huge change in the light during that time. This was not some form of intentional ‘project’ – but just a windy day with the weather being pushed about and never being able to make up its mind. I think it’s interesting how different the light and small changes in composition make in each picture









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Enjoy the pictures.

13 comments:

OceanoAzul.Sonhos said...

Beautiful shots,the beauty of the field reassures me...

great week Stewart!
oa.s

TexWisGirl said...

lovely brooding clouds against the pretty fields.

missing moments said...

Lovely shots of the field and threatening skies!

Sylvia K said...

Terrific captures for the day, Stewart! I do love the changing, brooding skies! The fields are beautiful! Wonderful composition! Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

Sivinden said...

I didn't know that hay bales could be so pretty, and I think I can see the world's end. Wonderful skies too!

Gary said...

Fasdt changing light is interesting to deal with. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

EG Wow said...

Lately I've noticed major changes in light when I'm taking photos too. It sure is a challenge. Thanks for sharing your results. :)

Valerie said...

Yes, it is interesting to see the different effect of changing light conditions on our chosen subject. I like your fourth shot best because of the angle and therefore greater light revealed on the hay bale. Thanks for sharing Stewart.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

i always enjoy series of photos showing the changing light. such a serene calm place too@

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

ladyfi said...

What amazingly pretty shots!

Arija said...

If only our paddocks had lush growth like that we would get a second cut. As it is we have to buy our hay. That'll teach us to live in the driest state in the driest continent.

SandyCarlson said...

These are wonderful. The variation in the light is extraordinary.