The tree, the shed, the silo and strange clouds

No shortage of grass in this paddock and i suspect, no shortage of tasty snakes either.

Technically, a tricky image to capture, the sun had already passed over the clouds and hence the dynamic range of the scene is quite large, the image is captured by bracketing a number of shots and finally assembling them into a panorama format.

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25 thoughts on “The tree, the shed, the silo and strange clouds

  1. +Chris Harris yeah, it's a bit of a drive, but really not that far, I used to live in Armidale and its about 3/4s the distance to there.. obviously not a day trip 🙂

    I have never been to Coolah, however do head out that way from time to time, mainly to Narrabri, if you get that far be sure to check out Mt Kaputar..

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