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    Nice, Wally. Excellent B&W where one wouldn't be expected. Well done.

    Wish we had some water here. This is a view on my commute home. Corn to the horizon. But sadly, most of it will be lost this year. In the second image, the ditch should be half full of water instead of overgrown with grass.



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    These landscapes go on forever...Nice one Mark
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    Mark - The corn around here is in the same shape. If you did not irrigate, the crop is a complete loss here.

    So for a little water:


    In-Coming Ship (Manistee Lighthouse)-6279 by westmichigan, on Flickr


    Bait Shack-6157 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Love that bait shack shot, Pat. Nicely framed.
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    Nice work Mark love the different corn field images, so different to what I am used to.
    Very good composition with the ship and the shed Pat, great balance to the shots.
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    I've never had much luck with rangas. They tend to get angry with me for no reason at all.
    But I did manage to get this beautiful girl to let me take her picture.
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    Greazefest2012_1 by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    I've never had much luck with rangas. They tend to get angry with me for no reason at all.
    But I did manage to get this beautiful girl to let me take her picture.
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    Thanks for viewing.
    Great shot... but what's a ranga(s)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Great shot... but what's a ranga(s)?
    had to google that myself - rangas = red head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kombi View Post
    had to google that myself - rangas = red head
    Correct.
    I have learned so much from this resource, it feels good to give a little bit back.
    Ranga is a term of endearment for red heads. It is a shortened form of the word "Orangutan", that big orange haired monkey/ape.
    Of course my caption was a little bit tongue in cheek and actually my wifes "current" hair colour some might has a shade of red to it, I prefer to think it is more Cabernet coloured.
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