B&W Vinter-Into the Distance (agriculture mountains sky trees ). Photo by algoressister
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B&W Vinter-Into the Distance

Uploaded by: algoressister

Friday February 1, 2013

Roseburg, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

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1. algoressister
2:55 PM GMT on February 03, 2013
I am not sure which version of this shot of a brand new field is better in B&W...
I like the green, in the color shot, but it distracts from the structure, and light that appealed to me.
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