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When I got my fisheye, and as I am from Norfolk one of the first photos I took with it was a tractor! I was quite pleased with the results so I thought I would have a wander about this site. All are processed from 3 handheld bracketed images. I know a bit lazy. Sorry there seems to be a bit of a formula to the images but I hope you enjoy.

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crane2.jpg

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bigwheels.jpg

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flattire.jpg

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headondigger.jpg

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ploughthing.jpg

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This sure is way out,but I like it very much.I know this site very well,and these machines look soo different the way you shot them. :cool2:

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