Street Photography Countryside Style!

It’s not often that I get the urge to take photographs of vehicles or people. Generally, as a rule, I like to capture images of either the natural world or historical buildings and things. Today, however, the lanes around the village were full of tractors, trundling back and forth with trailers full of manure (not the most pleasant of loads!) and I do occasionally like to include a few of them in my shots! As the weather was rather miserable (overcast and threatening rain) I knew any pictures in colour wouldn’t be particularly impressive. This gave me the idea to do a little black and white street photography, countryside style.

Beware – there are lots of tractors ahead!

And just to prove that there are other things than tractors occasionally on the lanes, here are a few other pictures.

I thought I’d finish off with my favourite picture from today. If you look in the cab of the tractor, the farmer has his son riding along with him. They both look like they’re really enjoying themselves. They passed me several times and each time they waved as they went past.

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17 thoughts on “Street Photography Countryside Style!

    1. Thanks, Sonya! They waved every time they went past and the lad had such a big grin on his face! I was so happy to see I’d managed to catch that in a photo. 🙂

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