A different look at trees....

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  1. suryad

    suryad TPF Noob!

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    What do you guys think? I might have posted this pic before I dont remember. Apologies if I have already before.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first is very crisp, and I like that marking in the bark where a branch has once been sown off. Actually, I do like that first "different view" best of all. Though I must admit I like the dead tree as it is! It could become "my" tree if I were anywhere near it.

    I have several "trees that I own" (and if only in my mind), in other words: trees that I go back to at regular intervals to take their photo. One of them is dead as this one here, only have I never managed to get as close, for it is in the middle of a fenced-in meadow. But yours makes me wonder if I shouldn't once dare climbing over that fence to take close-ups!?!? Then "my" tree could send regards to "your" tree ;).
     
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    Haha well my dead tree is better than your dead tree LaFoto! ;) Some of those trees can be quite haunting...I remember in my mother's old school in a little village up in the Himalayas in the middle of the playground there is this more than a hundred year old banyan tree...it is amazing...what can i say I love trees?! :heart:
     
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    Do you KNOW "my" dead tree already?
    Have I ever posted its pics???? :scratch:
    How do you know yours is better?
    They could become fast friends, if you would only let them exchange their photos?????!!!!! ;)
     
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    lol no I didnt see the pics...I was just being a dork.
     
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    The first one is great... Also perfect for one of those photography challenges... number 8 is what I see.. :)
     
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    Yeah I wish that it was oriented 90 degrees clockwise...then it would look like the infinity symbol.
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Love the tones in theat first shot. Beautiful contrast btw the tree and the BG.
     
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    Thanks Jon.
     

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