Darling Downs: Cultivation Patterns 1

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Interestingly diverse patterns of cultivation of the black soils plains beside the Condamine River, just downsteam from Warwick, caught my eye as we flew over the river.

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Comments (6)

Ed. Rodríguez Prati on December 18, 2012

Fascinating my friend Ian, a work of abstract art... Best regards, Ed

bdeh on December 18, 2012

Very nice landscape and patterns Ian. LIKE! Greetings Berend

Ian Stehbens on December 21, 2012

Christmas Greedtings, Edmundo. Thanks for your compliment, and friendship over the years. I notice that on GE, that odd bit of ploughing in the immediate foreground never got finished.


Ian Stehbens on December 21, 2012

Thanks Berend. Farmers, too, can be quite creative it appears!!



flyingdutchman on December 21, 2012

Wonderful unintended (I presume) beauty here. Great capture, Ian.



Regards/Best Wishes, flyingdutchman

Ian Stehbens on December 21, 2012

Greeting flying dutchman. In past years I have often done fieldwork in this area, but now my greater joy is to fly above it all. Flying with my son allows me to select and compose, dip the wing or go round, so I usually come back to earth with some interesting images, and on occasions some special discoveries.

Thanks for your affirmation and interest.


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