Comber Cabbage Crop…

Some time ago I made images of a field of barley at Comber, and I uploaded two of them to Pixabay, the photo-sharing website.

They’ve been downloaded 91 times, so far, – which is quite nice.  But just down the road from the now-harvested barley field, there are acres upon acres of cabbages, and since I now consider myself an expert vegetable – (photographer!) – I couldn’t resist stopping to get a few photos.  Of cabbages…  Er, yes.  Cabbages.


Of course, it’s harvest time, (September) and the vegetables are being lifted, which is what attracted me to the field in the first place.  Sitting in the midst of some harvested furrows was a pile of empty boxes, waiting for the farm workers to return, and recommence the back-breaking work of lifting the plants.

Fujifilm X-T30 F=200mm, f/4.8 @ 1/250th sec on ISO400


Still, there’s plenty left to reap yet!

Fujifilm X-T30 F=16mm, f/4.5 @ 1/250th sec on ISO400