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Out in the Country 7 years 4 months ago #1

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Just some random shots while touring Southern Ontario.

Harvest Time


J&M


Forgotten Ford


What's worse than losing a tractor in the field?
Losing an airplane, I guess. :p


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Re: Out in the Country 7 years 4 months ago #2

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that first one looks like there was some polarizer going on there :D

and that aircraft looks kinda like it was a glider at one time.
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Re: Out in the Country 7 years 4 months ago #3

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Mongooz wrote:
that first one looks like there was some polarizer going on there :D

and that aircraft looks kinda like it was a glider at one time.

No polarizer on the first shot. I don't have a filter big enough for that particular lens.

Maybe it was a glider; I just don't know. But the wings are really short.
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Re: Out in the Country 7 years 4 months ago #4

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I never seem to find these interesting shots in Southern Ontario. Your first 2 remind me how flat it is though. :D
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Re: Out in the Country 7 years 4 months ago #5

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tiffpix wrote:
I never seem to find these interesting shots in Southern Ontario. Your first 2 remind me how flat it is though. :D

Stratford/Kitchener area (the first two pics) is positively mountainous compared to Essex County/Windsor area. I lived in that area for years but returning to it reminds me of how oppressively mundane the boring terrain can truly be. I didn't take any pictures along the 401 corridor into Windsor but it was absolutely littered with gigantic windmills. Probably hundreds if not thousands of them between Chatham and Windsor. They are quite ugly and have a real other-world look to them. I don't like them one bit.
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