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Lens: DA18-135 Camera: K-30 Photo Location: Allen County, Ohio ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: ramseybuckeye, 10-22-2012, 06:29 PM


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10-22-2012, 06:56 PM   #2
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Tom, the sycamores set off a very pretty country setting, nice catch.
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Love those sycamores, and I miss living in Ohio. Nice one!
10-23-2012, 07:18 AM   #4
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QuoteOriginally posted by GeoJerry Quote
Love those sycamores, and I miss living in Ohio. Nice one!
I bet we are twins. I lived in Ohio too a looooooong time ago.
Nicely captured pastoral scene ramseybuckeye. I like it very much.

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Another Ohioan signing in. Love this image which I'm interpreting t be in the setting sun. I like the cattle under the tree, the shadow across the road and the patch of light down the road; as if we were driving by this beautiful scene.
I'm from the northwest area of Ohio around Toledo
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A lovely pastoral, wistful with a hint of the approaching winter -- the trees mostly bare, feed corn ready for harvest. A grand old tree; the cows give a sense of scale.

Another erstwhile NW Ohioan weighing in, Allen County no less.
10-23-2012, 02:13 PM   #7
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
Tom, the sycamores set off a very pretty country setting, nice catch.
Thanks Bob
QuoteOriginally posted by GeoJerry Quote
Love those sycamores, and I miss living in Ohio. Nice one!
They can be a stunningly beautiful tree, thanks Geo
QuoteOriginally posted by slowpez Quote
I bet we are twins. I lived in Ohio too a looooooong time ago.
Nicely captured pastoral scene ramseybuckeye. I like it very much.
Thanks Susan
QuoteOriginally posted by chicagojohn Quote
Another Ohioan signing in. Love this image which I'm interpreting t be in the setting sun. I like the cattle under the tree, the shadow across the road and the patch of light down the road; as if we were driving by this beautiful scene.
I'm from the northwest area of Ohio around Toledo
Thanks John, actually 8:48AM, we're about an hour and a half south of Toledo.
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A lovely pastoral, wistful with a hint of the approaching winter -- the trees mostly bare, feed corn ready for harvest. A grand old tree; the cows give a sense of scale.
Another erstwhile NW Ohioan weighing in, Allen County no less.
Thanks, you may have rode past this one before!
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What an amazing shot of an amazing tree! I love the whole scene and the colours are gorgeous. The tree makes everything else seem so small. Wonderful!

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What an amazing shot of an amazing tree! I love the whole scene and the colours are gorgeous. The tree makes everything else seem so small. Wonderful!
Thanks Tess, I actually use that road sometimes just to drive by that tree.
10-23-2012, 10:26 PM   #10
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Very nice image Tom, love the quiet country setting. Looks like the wind was blowing pretty good.
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Very nice image Tom, love the quiet country setting. Looks like the wind was blowing pretty good.
Thanks Heinrich, actually it was pretty calm that morning, but that tree stands in the open where it probably gets a lot of wind, and has just grown that way, it's pretty unusual that way.
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