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Dust Blown

Uploaded by: docshovel39

Sunday March 24, 2013

Ropesville, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The same shot of the plows ( Rain on the Plow ) a little over a week ago . This was after a dust storm - pretty typical of this area .

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18. docshovel39
11:45 PM GMT on June 26, 2013
Thanks CD !
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17. CountryDreaming
11:40 PM GMT on June 26, 2013
Tremendous texture and shadow contrasts make this stark landscape scene a winner.
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16. BEME
5:03 AM GMT on June 07, 2013
Just in time,,PBS is or was rather running The Dust Bowl/KEN BURNS,,just amazing footage here!!! Makes my mouth thirsty already!!! Great detail too Tim!:)
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15. docshovel39
2:30 AM GMT on May 11, 2013
Thanks Mary , Delana , Linda and Betsy !
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14. luvne32
11:09 PM GMT on May 10, 2013
Just admiring this again ----
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13. Luckystar
9:49 PM GMT on April 09, 2013
Wow, Tim! Great depth of field! (I'm so punny!) :) I can see the sprinklers off to the right. They need to come right over and help this field! :) I know the sandy soil can grow GREAT crops, if you can keep them from blowing away. We have a couple of fields that look like this. Beautiful, beautiful shot. You've captured the light and shadow and swirls in the dunes so wonderfully! 10!
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12. CalicoBass
8:07 AM GMT on April 09, 2013
Great shot Tim, hope yall get rain soon!
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11. mellyweb
12:05 PM GMT on April 08, 2013
Light, shadows and textures are great, Tim!
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10. docshovel39
1:32 AM GMT on April 07, 2013
Thanks Heidrun and Sharon !
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9. nanapoo
12:16 AM GMT on April 07, 2013
Sad and dramatic Ag image! Praying for rain and good crops this year for ya'll!
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8. trailhiker44
4:49 PM GMT on April 05, 2013
Love the composition!
Beautiful shadow and light contrasts and great textures !
Awesome shot, Tim !
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7. docshovel39
1:02 PM GMT on April 05, 2013
Thanks Betsy !
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6. luvne32
12:32 PM GMT on April 05, 2013
Tim: Thanks for your comment on my sepia.
What excellent shadow contrast and tone variations here.
I like the composition sweeping diagonally, the clarity, and the emotional impact.
Very fine photo. 10++ !!
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5. docshovel39
1:23 AM GMT on April 05, 2013
Thanks Wanda and Peter ! This is a section of uncultivated land so the sand piles up quick . They'll start planting next month ( I think ) .
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4. Cowgazer
7:01 PM GMT on April 04, 2013
How the heck does anyone farm dust? this makes our soil look like grade one. When do they usually sow crops there?
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3. Wanda1948
3:38 PM GMT on April 04, 2013
Beautiful patterns on the sand!
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2. docshovel39
1:02 PM GMT on April 04, 2013
Thanks Gil ! It was pretty rough looking but the recent rains helped .
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1. gilg72
5:25 AM GMT on April 04, 2013
Wow! Looks very dustblown. That looks terrible.
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About docshovel39

docshovel39

Hello , my name is Tim . I live in the small farming community of Ropesville , Texas with my wife and photo partner Sherry . I got involved with photography because of my older brother Steve - a fantastic photographer who lives outside of Seattle , WA . My favorite work , apart from his , is a terrific book entitled " Ghosts in the Wilderness " by Tony and Eva Worobiec . It captures the remains of small , abandoned rural communities across the Midwest , much of it shot in black and white . I also have become a fan of photographer Jim McGuire . His black and white shots ( nashvilleportraits.com) are amazing . Thank you for your comments and have a GREAT day !

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