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EM-1.2, OLY 45 1.8

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Flooded fencing. E-M1MkII
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This fence surrounds a home on about 5 acres. The interior of the fence is lined with discarded tires for it's entire length.

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M1026368-1 by Harvey Richards, on Flickr
 

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Festina Lente, Bray, Ireland
 

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Hasten slowly ...
Wyatt Earp said it best about gun fights '...you need to take your time in a hurry.'
Dunno what it has to do with Equestrian riding in Ireland and the UK. I'm from Texas originally, where equestrian riding is mostly a practical event. Here, it appears to have a more pretentious foundation.
 

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This really pleases my eye. I am OCD about things being straight and square. You captured that very well - thanks!
Thanks, this is new, so it hasn’t had a chance to move yet. I take a lot of photos at an abandoned rodeo arena, and nothing is truly vertical. It’s always a challenge between what looks right, and what reality is.
 

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