Another great pic and those horses are gorgeous :0)
Comment by Ken Campbell on 5th April 2008 at 05:13
Reminds me of when I worked on a farm near Winwick In 1944,I use to walk behind the the Draft horses.
Comment by she44 on 5th April 2008 at 05:52
thanks dave i didn,t they could get better but they have colour would not do these photos justice
Comment by Ron D on 5th April 2008 at 09:34
Now that's nice. I like this one. But why do I think the plough man isn't a real farmer.?
Comment by Dave Marsh on 5th April 2008 at 10:39
Best of all, those horses really look as if they are enjoying their task.
Comment by Ernest Pyke on 5th April 2008 at 10:55
I beg to differ with she44, as I would like it much better in colour.
Comment by Franny on 5th April 2008 at 17:35
Great Photo Dave
Comment by she 44 on 5th April 2008 at 21:33
to each his own ernest
Comment by Frank Healy on 7th April 2008 at 08:32
Brilliant photo Dave. It's a pity you've not got the colour version so that we can compare. It's possible, in this case, that they're equally as good. How's that for diplomacy?
Comment by Dave on 11th April 2008 at 08:57
I have got the colour version Frank.
I took it as a colour photograph.
Comment by Frank Healy on 22nd April 2008 at 12:54
Hi Dave. Stupid of me not to think of that...the only things I can say in my defence are that I'm not a photographer and I'm usually 10 years behind the times in terms of new gadgetry:o)
The gentleman in the photo bears a strong resemblance to my cousin James (Burley). He lives in Orrell and certainly isn't a farmer:o)or at least he wasn't the last time I spoke to him. I'll make inquiries.
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