Countryside scenes..

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Sat Oct 22, 2016 8:25 am

Personally I have yet to cut the lighthouse (to my chagrin) it sits above my microwave as a reminder (don't ask)..

However, it's evocative & I think those sort of scenes when aired on various formats really do speak for themselves.

I do notice that the theme of the countryside remains a strong one within the uk (countryfile :!con_p_roll_eyes: ..rip farming diary on a sunday).

would therefore love to see more "working" rural America & UK defined as patterns, ,,not necessarily the one i'm about to list but as an example.

Shepherd & dog (collie type)

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Rural Farm silhouette..

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...though I couldn't see a cell tower in that last one, so maybe not pertinent :!con_p_tease:
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Sat Oct 22, 2016 8:27 am

Well, my farmer friend has gone & done it, he's actually asked me for a few countryside / farming themed kins whilst we were rootling around in pumpkin bins late last night.

Anyone seen any with a tractor in by chance folks, think he's looking for a weather vane type wide shot silhouette of a tractor ploughing type thing.
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Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:29 pm

No problem, sorted.

I'm dumb, The brain injury makes me forget things I can / do thus requiring re-learning (can you imagine how long it would take you to re-learn the printing routing of stoney's patterns every year, ..thats my brain that is :!con_p_cryiing:

It also means I have a helluva mess to work out the whereabouts of my pdfs ...made harder by new windows!

THank goodness for the simplicity of corel
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Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:36 am

I'm a sucker for the rural scene, whilst more & more a cliche it makes for a nice change of carve..

Saw this on a can of pear cider, I had to buy 4 to be able to get a shot, no phone with me... ah well!

Kind of reminds me of the lighthouse scene you did Stoney, I think it's the rays of light that drew me to it.
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Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:20 am

found this "wildlife / countryside" silhouette ..might fit a niche. as a cut through.
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Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:12 pm

I like most of these scenes!
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