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Published 3 years ago with 8 Comments

A Country Vision

On this cold January morning, this prairie farm endures the frozen darkness to be ignited into beauty by the cresting sun. A Country Vision 822914v2. (c) Ian D. McGregor

 

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  • Gozzin
    +2

    I really love your work. Keep it coming!

    • IanMcGregor
      +2

      Much appreciated, I plan to :)

      • Gozzin
        +1

        Would you do some local wildlife? Cottontails,birds,etc.?

        • IanMcGregor
          +2

          Sure, I don't have much of a collection of birds. I'll see what I can find.

  • drunkenninja
    +1

    Those incredible sunsets appear to be one of your specialties. Very good capture. I noticed there are foot tracks leading to and away from the fence, but I don't see a gate. Did you walk over there to correct the fence for the perfect shot? or am I speculating too much?

    • IanMcGregor
      +3

      Thanks very much! Nature puts on a great light show in the early morning, especially in the winter months. From memory I think those are my tracks. I recall seeing two horses in the barn and I wanted to say hello to them before capturing this shot. I love to have foot prints in my shots - it helps add interest and at times can lead the viewers eyes into the shot. Thanks again for the kind comment!

      • drunkenninja
        +2

        You're welcome, you have have a keen eye for great angles, and you're right about the foot marks... Definitely led me into the shot!

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