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Same area as the last post but this time the lads stayed nearly still long enough to appear on the film. Thats cos it was a long long shutter speed, then added some nice effect which I like, it only seems to work with linear things.
All is in the eye of the beholder and the need to see the other side.
Elm, poor elm. So many in England now so few all because of globalization and the importation of diseases. These lads cut the elm suckers which made stakes to do hedgelaying, in about ten years it will be done again this is called coppicing which is a very British affair. I wonder which other countries actually do coppicing?

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