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    Default Oxen and Plow

    Driving through Honduras today, I had my camera to the window ---- and good thing I did.

    Something you don't see every day is a farmer walking behind two oxen, plowing a single furrow on a dried up field. I had my camera set to Shutter Speed Priority at a fast shutter speed and Auto ISO.

    I got off one shot and the second shot was on the other side of the tree and then the scene was gone. I would have loved to stop and spend time - but the bus was on the move getting me to El Salvador.



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    Good composition considering it was a one time split second shot. The processing is a bit heavy for my personal taste but that's probably how you wanted it and that's what matters, but still I'm impressed at the image under the conditions you shot it. Great shot!
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    Very nice!
    Diana

    "Art must always follow nature and never oppose it."

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