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Harvest time is at the end of September, but farmers leave the fields alone until the next ploughing time, which is at the beginning of March. Therefore, cornfields look like this during winter, an entangled expanse of chopped stalks and debris. Certainly not the most captivating subject for a good landscape photography, not until, at least, frost and mist decide to completely change the mood of such a desolated land. My first intention was to photograph the willow trees as main subject, but then I realized that the texture of the frozen field was the perfect foreground to conveys the feeling of that extremely cold morning. The yellow tint in the sky and its beautiful glow on the ground worked fine in adding a strange, unusual richness to the winter desolation.
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Landscape Photography In the Country
Harvest time is at the end of September, but farmers leave the fields alone until the next ploughing time, which is at the beginning of March. Therefore, cornfields look like this during winter, an entangled expanse of chopped stalks and debris. Certainly not the most captivating subject for a good landscape photography, not until, at least, frost and mist decide to completely change the mood of such a desolated land. My first intention was to photograph the willow trees as main subject, but then I realized that the texture of the frozen field was the perfect foreground to conveys the feeling of that extremely cold morning. The yellow tint in the sky and its beautiful glow on the ground worked fine in adding a strange, unusual richness to the winter desolation.