Photography Pictures: Rural



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Hay Time - created by kyricom


Hay Time
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  • Camera: RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-3
  • Exposure time: 1/800
  • Aperture: f/9.0
  • ISO: 400

(11 days ago)

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Adam773 says:

Lovely simple lines and curves. Nice shot.

author says:

Thanks

(10 days ago)


avatar still26
still26 says:

Oh so cliche, not that cliche is bad, it is just that it has been done before. Clean lovely photograph that is sharp with a wonderful colour palette. IT is Goooooooood!

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Rural Twins - created by still26


Rural Twins
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  • Camera: SONY
  • Camera model: NEX-7
  • Exposure time: 1/1250
  • Aperture: f/6.3
  • ISO: 200

(15 days ago)

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photonut says:

I like the rural setting in this,depicts a way of life few of us in the west can even be aware of,like it.

author says:

Thank you. When I see scenes like this I just thank my lucky stars to have been born a western woman.

photonut says:

your welcome,yes they look heavy

(14 days ago)


avatar Adam773
Adam773 says:

Super composition. The direction of the figures leads the eye to their distant destination. Great palette. Excellent shot.

author says:

thank you YOU. Don't be shy to tell me how to improve or what you would do differently.

(10 days ago)


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nikita61 says:

simple but very effective image ..

author says:

Thank you Nikita for stopping by.

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Along the Path - created by still26


Along the Path
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  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon PowerShot G9
  • Exposure time: 1/500
  • Aperture: f/4.0
  • ISO: 80

Fields of rapeseed. (15 days ago)

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photonut says:

The snaking effect of the walls works well with the greenery,and the lone person adds a nice visual image.

author says:

Thank you for stopping by and letting me know why this one works for you (or not ).

photonut says:

your welcome,yes it does

(14 days ago)


avatar Adam773
Adam773 says:

Another super shot. The composition creates a great sense of depth to the image. Does the sun on the foreground draw attention away from the rest of the image? If it were cropped to reduce the amount of vivid colour there would it improve the shot? You would lose the nice bit of wall in the foreground however.

author says:

I really appreciate comments like this and will revisit that image. Thank you very much.

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Dhampus on the Annapurna Trail - created by still26


Dhampus on the Annapurna Trail
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  • Camera: SONY
  • Camera model: NEX-7
  • Exposure time: 1/200
  • Aperture: f/20.0
  • ISO: 200

(15 days ago)

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photonut says:

Strong dof and strong contrast in the subject matter,i like the rural setting set against the backdrop of the mountains,good one this

author says:

Appreciated. Thank you.

photonut says:

your welcome

(14 days ago)


avatar Adam773
Adam773 says:

Great! Isn't the air clear in the mountains? It makes the image jump out at you. Super composition and vivid colours. Great sense of depth with the mountains climbing up high in the background. I like this shot a lot.

author says:

Thank you for stopping by and telling me this, appreciated.

avatar Zizounai
Zizounai says:

Oh did you climb all these stone steps from Phedi to get there? it was sooo hard... When I went there, women were weaving scarves under the patio... I didn't have a nice wiew like you on the mountains, it was too hazy. My photos are very disappointing.

author says:

When we were there it was rainy season and the leeches were out , called "zukas" in Nepali. They used to latch onto our legs...GROSSS.....BLECHHHH.....+O( Yes, we were lucky to have some clear days...we stayed here about two weeks. Thank you.

(6 days 1 hr ago)


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nikita61 says:


The picture gives me a sense of grandeur and peace .. Very beautiful colors

author says:

I really appreciate you saying that, thank you for your review....don't be shy give us more and we will do the same for you!

(6 days 1 hr ago)


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Goatkeeper of Nepal - created by still26


Goatkeeper of Nepal
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  • Camera: SONY
  • Camera model: NEX-7
  • Exposure time: 1/200
  • Aperture: f/6.3
  • ISO: 100

(15 days ago)

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photonut says:

The lady with her goats set against the rural setting again shows someone with an eye for a photo,nice one this

author says:

Thank you for this comment.

avatar Adam773
Adam773 says:

Wow! Fabulous shot. What a place to live! Very dramatic composition and depth to the shot. Remote rural area captured beautifully. I love the figures 'at the edge' in every sense.

author says:

Thank you Adam773 for those comments.

avatar nikita61
nikita61 says:

I like the sense of movement, it is a very vivid picture with
excellent perspective .What are those white spots in the distance? Other animals?Beautiful shot

avatar nikita61
nikita61 says:

I like the sense of movement, it is a very vivid picture with
excellent perspective .What are those white spots in the distance? Other animals?Beautiful shot

author says:

Nicoletta, y'know I was thinking of cloning them out, those white spots, but left them in. I'm not sure but I think they may be huts of some kind, or coverings for plants to protect them from birds. How wonderful to receive comments from you. THANK YOU....

(6 days ago)


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Congrats Olga, terrific picture

author says:

Thank you for poppinig by but I do wish you would review the posts, it's one way of learning.

(5 days 16 hr ago)


avatar Zizounai
Zizounai says:

Congrats Olga

author says:

Merci beaucoup mon chou, chou.

(5 days 16 hr ago)


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photonut says:

Well done Olga for this

author says:

Thank you Brian and congratulations on your 100 USD win on TOS.....I'm really happy for you.

(5 days 15 hr ago)


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photonut says:

your welcome,yes was chuffed

avatar nikita61
nikita61 says:

Congrats !

author says:

Thank you Nicoletta...gracias. How do you say thank you in Italian?

(5 days ago)


nikita61 says:

noi diciamo ( we say ) grazie

(4 days 11 hr ago)


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