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No fake!

The clouds were (naturally) in the front, but it seems, as if they'd been behind the moon. I don't know, why they aren't visible.

a suffolk cornfield, just after dawn on a misty late August morning

Harvest Mouse - Micromys minutus


Featured on BBC 2's Autumnwatch Website

Harvest Moon

This must be my favorite outfit at The Secret Affair this round !

Outfit including skirt, fur stole, bracelets : May’s Soul – Harvest Moon. At The Secret Affair.

Fur top : may’s Soul – from the Viking Soul outfit.

Horns : The Plastik :[P]: – Azre Horns. At The Secret Affair.

Skin : Glam Affair – Miko – Asia 06F. The Kawaii Project.

Hair : Damselfly – Augusta. At TFC.

Tattoo : .Things. – Henna Bolero with Neck. At TFC.

Face tattoo : KOOQLA – Pheasant Tattoo. At The Secret Affair


Harvesting Barely in a village in Ladakh during the Singge La Traverse

Tonight's sunset near Nissan . After finshing tonight shoot I Climbed back over the barbed wire fence and ripped the back out my shorts was gutted had to walk along the busy motorway back to the car lol .

Needs the Light Box.

Tomatoes from my yard.

The great fiery flower, much bigger than a tower.

The land of sunset, I'll reach you yet.

Slowly it changes, to red and pink hazes.

From red sand pinks, to orange and purple things.

As it castes a shadow, over all meadows.

Goodbye to its mystic charms! till again does it comes!

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Driving past my favourite spot on the Ballyhenry Road and noticed the farmer had kindly left his hay bales out long enough for me to get a few quick snaps :)


Textures by SkeletalMess... Thank you

Explore Front Page: August 23rd, 2009, a big thank you to all my Flickr friends.


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This beautifully illuminated fall scene was photographed in Lenox, MA.

And just in time since we've had torrential downpours today which would have flattened any fields yet to be harvested.

A freshly harvested field at sunset

Dark clouds above harvested fields

Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.


Can you find 8 harvest mice?


GhostWorks Texture Competition #83


Texture with thanks to Ghostbones via Telzey


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More cloud than sunny gaps -- with patches of light crossing the scene rapidly.


Essential viewing larger On Black


I think it repays viewing in the original, with scrolling.


(Is this a candidate for HDR?)


Je ne saurais dire pourquoi, moi un gars qui a vécu presque toute sa vie près de la mer, je suis tombé en amour avec les immenses plaines de l’ouest du Canada et des États-Unis. Peut-être que c’est parce que ces grands espaces sont encore habités par l’esprit des premiers pionniers et des premiers habitants autochtones. Peut-être aussi parce que j’ai beaucoup de respect pour ses travailleurs de la Terre et pour ceux qui, comme Neil Young, (auquel j’ai emprunté le titre de son célèbre album Harvest) ont célébré en musique ou autrement leur vie dure mais simple et sans prétention. Cette photo, qui annonce l’arrivée d’un orage sur les immenses plaines, a été prise à Gravelbourg, une petite communauté francophone du sud de la Sakatchewan.


Neil Young, Harvest :



I could not say why, me, a guy who has lived most of his life near the sea, I fell in love with the vast plains of western Canada and the United States. Perhaps this is because these large spaces are still inhabited by the spirit of the early pioneers and the first indigenous inhabitants. Perhaps also because I have much respect for its workers of the land and those who, like Neil Young (to whom I borrowed the title of the image, Harvest, his most celebrated album), celebrated in music or otherwise their hard but simple and unpretentious way of life. This photo, which announces the arrival of a storm on the vast plains, has been taken in Gravelbourg, a small francophone community in southern Sakatchewan.


Neil Young, Harvest :

I was parked across his exit from the field, and he was coming straight for me. I had a moment to grab the camera and get this shot. I reckon he had just managed his collection to beat the heavy rain that poured from those clouds.


I rather liked the inclusion of the rear view mirror to set the scene.


Or do you prefer it without the mirror? --

Harvested wheat field

Harvest mouse preening itself amongst the white flowers and fern-like foliage of cow parsley (captive subject)

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