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Shadowed Poppy Field
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This image was taken in the late afternoon of July 8th, 2017 just behind the lower sand dunes on the western part of the peninsula Walcheren, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

The contrast of the different colored layers consisting of the poppy field, a hay field, the lower sand dunes and a blue sky were appealing to me, and worthwhile to be captured.

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::Ramad
07/19/17 9:55 AM GMT
Very nice colours spread out under a lovely sky. Lovely well composed shot Cornelius.
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::biffobear
07/19/17 11:01 AM GMT
Lovely..Great layers..R.
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::tigger3
07/19/17 12:35 AM GMT
What a beautiful capture Mr. C. faved! The light, and shadow play and the layered look of this one is excellent. tigs=^..^=
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::Nikoneer
07/19/17 1:36 PM GMT
There's dunes in there? Must be under that green growth, eh? Yes, I do like the layers of color and the opportunity to see the patches of poppies in bright sun and also shadow, and in particular how they range in size from the foreground (where they are individual flowers) to the background (where they are literally a tight mass of polka dots). The way the tree shadows rise and fall in the field and the variety and position of the colors also reminds me of something unexpected. I've worked, off and on, for over 30 years, with paleontological specimens and their attendant exhibits, and this patterning is something many paleo artists use to depict the sides and skin of dinosaurs. Neato!

-Nik
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::Dunstickin
07/19/17 2:07 PM GMT
Love the colour layers!...they add an eye catching attraction!...the contrasts of the dark foreground leading away to the brightness in the distance makes this a terrific composition!
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.quickshot
07/19/17 2:47 PM GMT
Yikes, look at the colors. Fabulous shot. I think you must walk as much as I do because these places are generally not downtown. Well worth the walk. Great use of light and dark contrast, but he colors make this shot.

Dots

P.S. Perfect sky as well.
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::trixxie17
07/19/17 7:01 PM GMT
A S&F for me Mr. C. - this could be used in a photography class to instruct on lighting and layers!
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::Constance52347
07/19/17 9:54 PM GMT
Beautiful and colorful image. I like the lighting and shadows, as well.
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.Starglow
07/19/17 11:13 PM GMT
Lovely layers of color, terrific capture.
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.GomekFlorida
07/20/17 9:25 PM GMT
Contrasts is right! Very colourful shot. Fave for me.
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Long before the white man and long before the wheel, when the dark green forests were too silent to be real. Lightfoot 1967
::questjester
07/23/17 6:26 PM GMT
Incredibly beautiful image, C! Really breathtaking.
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.icedancer
07/29/17 7:57 PM GMT
Breath taking shot with such an array of brilliant colours and textures - love it my friend, right into my favs
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