Re: 110th Four Thirds User Salon - Farming Heritage
Firstly may I apologise for my tardiness in the judging, I have been very busy with Grand-children and other family duties. Well I knew it would be hard to judge and it was - such a great variety of different aspects of farming heritage. I spent some time with a score sheet I had devised and finally came to my decision. I was looking for something that demonstrated the subject but with the minimum of modern day distractions, good composition and technical merit. My final choice is:
1. Raj Surin - excellent composition and a scene that probably hasn't changed for centuries.
3. Kurt Jarle
So well done all entrants, the standard was very high and I am pleased the subject attracted so many entries. Over to you now Raj!
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