A row of trees

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  1. crawdaddio

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    Well...the title doesn't lie :mrgreen:

    I like how the dark tree tops on the right offset the bright sky on the left. It makes for kind of a funny balance, but the dark trees pull my eye all the way to the end of the shot.
     
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    Actually it does... I clearly see two rows of trees, but who's gonna comlplain about two for one. Good eye man, nice and crisp, really draws you to the center.

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    I like it. Gives a lonely, isolated feel.
     
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    i agree, great shot!
     
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    Very contemplative piece... It feels as if it could isolate my soul and my thoughts for a moment out of the city hustle and bustle, and give off no more sound than a wisper of the wind.

    Quite beautiful autumn inspired work!:D


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    That's quite a compliment! Thank you!
     

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