a Group of Cypress Trees

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  1. thebeginning

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    Here are some cypress trees from Ingram, TX over the weekend.
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    Thanks for looking :)
     
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    Very nice. I like all of them, and love the color of the trees!
     
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    thanks jake :)
     
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    My favourite two are the second and the last, and they are so oversharpened that they already begin to look like some very fine pencil drawings. I like the effect, although I must admit it had to grow on me at first. But yes, I think it is ok with these two.
     
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    i like the effect as well! is that all you did was sharpen them? :thumbup:
     
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    Love cypress trees, you've great colours and textures in these pictures. The second one reminded me a little of 'red weed' :confused:
     
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    thanks for the comments!

    actually, heh...for the oversharpening thing, i dont know what i did. the second one doesnt seem oversharpened, but that might just be me (obviously). I think it's a combination of doing a slight unsharp mask at full res then after i resize having to save at a lower quality (like 7 or 8 ) to fit it under the 250kb limit of photobucket. they were pretty darn sharp at full size, maybe that helped. i did sharpen the last one a little after the resize, but the second one i didnt do any additional sharpening after the resize.
     

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