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Still turning

Posted by
Colin at Eyeconic (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) on 10 January 2019 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Lone windmill. Shot in rural Eastern Cape between Hofmeyer and Cradock

NIKON D750 1/200 second F/9.0 ISO 100 70 mm

I truly appreciate each and every comment I get from all of you. And I really do not mind negative critique either. Bookings thru my website at http://www.eyeconic.co.za or drop me an Email at colin [AT] eyeconic [DOT] co.za

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

beau

10 Jan 2019 8:10am

@Existence Artistique: Thank you

Ralf Kesper from Fröndenberg, Germany

Beautiful countryside picture.

10 Jan 2019 8:20am

@Ralf Kesper: Appreciated

omid from mashhad, Iran

Lovely view.

10 Jan 2019 7:37pm

@omid: Thanks again

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Fantastic colors and light.

10 Jan 2019 10:00pm

@Ana Lúcia: Thank you very much

Susy from Allentown, PA, United States

Wonderful!!!!

11 Jan 2019 1:39am

@Susy: Thanks!

Jean-Luc.M from Nancy et ailleurs, France

I like the colours obtained on this landscape.
Well done

22 Jan 2019 6:55pm

@Jean-Luc.M: Thank you. Photo actually does not tell true story of the landscape. Other than clusters of growth such as the one one in the photo, most of the area is extremely arid due to current drought conditions

Aminus3 Discover from United States

Thanks for contributing your story to Aminus3 Discover. It has been posted here

22 Aug 2019 8:41am

Timothy from Dallas, Texas, United States

Not only have you done a magnificent capture of beautiful, rich color, but you've also emphasized the many textures of life. The coarse, thick windblown grasses, the dry and rough rocky soil the viewer is provoked to imagine, the rigid, durable, proud and lonely solid metal of the weary windmill overlooking its place. Marvelous work!

11 Sep 2019 6:13am

@Timothy: Thank you so much. Appreciate the extensive comment

Colin at Eyeconic from Port Elizabeth, South Africa

"where the dust settles on my skin
where the wind calls my name,
where my soul aches to live
and yearns to lie down and die
where the windmills crank their weary song,"
Extract of a poem of the Karoo by Helen Lockhart.

This often dry and arid region of South Africa holds its own unique beauty and is often only seen by eyes willing to look. It is a place of silence and aloneness and one's spirit must be strong to survive here. For the visitor it offers a chance to forget the noise.

14 Nov 2019 9:17am

NIKON D750
1/200 second
F/9.0
ISO 100
70 mm

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