Our field of Barley

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Mario Escherle, der … on May 31, 2009

Very nice captured...

Greetings from Germany, Mario

Marketa.L on May 31, 2009

Very nice field. Great colours.

>| Micha |< on May 31, 2009

Hello Nick, beautiful colours and splendid view. I like your capture.

Cheers Micha

Nick Weall on May 31, 2009

scml Thanks Sandy I think I'll wait until it is mixed with hops !! :))

Mario Escherle ~ Hi there Mario and thanks :)

Marketa.L ~ Thank you very much :)

>| Micha |< Thank you also Micha ~ friendly greetings to you all ~ ciao nick

scml on May 31, 2009


Typical....but it is good to hear from you...you have been such a busy little Grasshopper of late...

Hope you have had a great weekend....

Loved all your photos by the way...couldn't comment on them all...not enough hours in the day :)

See ya soon from the little ** Racoon** ;)

Nick Weall on May 31, 2009

scml ~ I wonder if I could eat all of this before harvest???

The weather is great Racoon ~ hot and steamy ~ the pool is full and there are little nymphs playing in it and you saw what time I started this morning so soon to bed for me and yes I gathered up a good harvest of new shots this early morning too ~ when I clear the backlog of existing shots awaiting uploading you'll get to see them maybe ~ ciao GH

scml on May 31, 2009

Ohh goodness...don't eat too much :)

Look forward to seeing your new shots...no hurry...I can wait...Racoons are patient creatures...didn't you know ???

Glad you've had a good busy day...I shall be retiring soon myself...is getting late down here...

See ya soon Grasshopper from Racoon ;)

Nick Weall on May 31, 2009

scml ~ OK bedtime lullabies it is then ~ pack in the zzzz and see you aroon little Racoon :)) gh

scml on May 31, 2009

Nite Nite...little Grasshopper....I'am off to bed...hope you have nice Corn Field dreams yourself :)

See ya soon from Racoon ;)

Herb Riddle on May 31, 2009

A familiar picture here Nick. A fine one too. I have seen this in fields a few time and was never sure what it was. Must try to get a picture too, some day. Cheers, Herb

Valerie on May 31, 2009

It makes me immediately think about summer...so clear, so sharp, so intense, so free the landscape you caught in this beautiful shot, my dearest friend! It seems to me that this could be the ideal image of freedom...I would really be there alone with my thoughts, and with some good music in my ears...:)) I keep it in my favourites, if you don't mind! :))

A bug hug sent to you Hermes!Valeria

Nick Weall on May 31, 2009

Herb Riddle ~ Thanks for the visit Herb ~ Never quite sure what what was?? The slight gold hint of the barley or ?? All the best to you from nick

Valeria ~ Hi Artemis ~ good to hear from you ~ but I have much to do this evening ~ this is one of the largest fields I've ever seen and much to large to get it all into the frame ~ It would be a wonderful place to spend some time but keep out of the barley its whiskers poke and scratch and make your arms and legs sore very easily.

Thanks for the Golden Star Award ~ Oh immortal one and now I must upload some more shots ~ Look after yourself and have a good week, hugs and kisses ~ CiaO nick

Maja Go on June 1, 2009

Excellent shot Here has very right feeling for how many to used saturation! Excellent point! And very good color combination! I like this kind of picture! And like this photo! Greetings! Maya

~★Alex_G★~ on June 4, 2009

Superb shot, Nick! I like it! Cheers!


Nick Weall on June 4, 2009

~★Alex_G★~ ~ Hi there Alex and thanks for visiting and I'm glad that you like this shot too ~ Ciao nick

Matteo Pagliaro on June 27, 2009

Wonderful landscape, very well taken! Ciao, M.

Nick Weall on June 27, 2009

Matteo Pagliaro ~ Hi again Matteo and thank you very much for your compliments ~ Ciao nick

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 29, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Nick Weall
    • Taken on 2009/05/29 16:27:04
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 14.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash