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John Blake

"Watch Nunn Grow"

Robert Bilsland

Alexander & Duncan Ltd, The Three Counties Show.

Malvern, Worcestershire, England, UK

June 15, 2007 - 10:36 UTC (11:36 Local Time)

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© 2007 Robert Bilsland, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Every year an agricultural show called the Three Counties Show is held in Malvern. It shows off the best of what the local farming community in the three counties (Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, & Worcestershire) has to offer. Everything from prize cattle, sheep shearing, farriery, smithing, wrought ironwork, vintage tractors, crafts, and all the latest in farming machinery.

Here on the Alexander & Duncan stand you can see all the latest John Deere tractors. Everything from small sit on grass cutting tractors right up to ones that can pull some of the largest farm machinery. Without these beasts modern farming would be a very different thing all together (a big thanks to Alexander & Duncan for allowing me to shoot on their stand).

Also this year the show reached a milestone of its own, its 50th show. To celebrate this fact the show was attended by their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Now getting them into the panorama would have been a scoop, but the journalistic scrum around them wherever they went was just too big.

To see more from the show visit the gallery links below. Some of the other photographs that I took were used by the local BBC website (BBC Hereford & Worcester) to show their visitors views from the show.
The Three Counties Show;
http://www.threecounties.co.uk

Alexander & Duncan Ltd. Agricultural Engineers;
http://www.alexanderandduncan.com

Gallery links;
Their Royal Highnesses arriving at the show
Cattle of the show
Other views from around the show

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Location

Europe / UK-England

Lat: 52° 4' 52" N
Long: 2° 18' 48.15" W

Elevation: 189 ft

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Equipment

Taken with a Nikon D70 and the standard 18mm-70mm lens (set at 18mm). Mounted on a home made multi-row bracket (Thanks to John Warner for his metal work skills). 3 rows (-45, 0, & +45 degrees) of 10 portrait photos taken 36 degrees apart and a single zenith photo. All photos shot in RAW mode. Panorama stitched using PTGUI / Panotools / Enblend and converted to a QTVR Cube using Pano2QTVR Pro.
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