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This has become something of a signature
shot, as a lot of people seem to like it. Well,
Suffolk people anyway. It's just a ploughed
potato field somewhere over Harkstead way
on the Shotley peninsula, south of Ipswich. I
was lucky with the way the furrows lined up,
visually parallel with the stark row of winter
trees.
But I wasn't so lucky with the delay caused by
spotting this picture and scrabbling around for
an ND filter to tone the sky down a bit. By the
time we got to the Ship Inn, which turned out
to be at Levington, not Harkstead as I'd
thought, they'd stopped serving lunch.
This has become something of a signature shot,
as a lot of people seem to like it. Well, Suffolk
people anyway. It's just a ploughed potato field
somewhere over Harkstead way on the Shotley
peninsula, south of Ipswich. I was lucky with the
way the furrows lined up, visually parallel with
the stark row of winter trees.
But I wasn't so lucky with the delay caused by
spotting this picture and scrabbling around for
an ND filter to tone the sky down a bit. By the
time we got to the Ship Inn, which turned out to
be at Levington, not Harkstead as I'd thought,
they'd stopped serving lunch.
This has become something of a signature
shot, as a lot of people seem to like it. Well,
Suffolk people anyway. It's just a ploughed
potato field somewhere over Harkstead way
on the Shotley peninsula, south of Ipswich. I
was lucky with the way the furrows lined up,
visually parallel with the stark row of winter
trees.
But I wasn't so lucky with the delay caused by
spotting this picture and scrabbling around for
an ND filter to tone the sky down a bit. By the
time we got to the Ship Inn, which turned out
to be at Levington, not Harkstead as I'd
thought, they'd stopped serving lunch.

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Suffolk potato field

This has become something of a signature shot, as a lot of people seem to like it.  Well, Suffolk people anyway. It's just a ploughed potato field somewhere over Harkstead way on the Shotley peninsula, south of Ipswich.  I was lucky with the way the furrows lined up, visually parallel with the stark row of winter trees. 

But I wasn't so lucky with the delay caused by spotting this picture and scrabbling around for an ND filter to tone the sky down a bit. By the time we got to the Ship Inn, which turned out to be at Levington, not Harkstead as I'd thought, they'd stopped serving lunch.
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