Blue in a Green Forest

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  1. Tybstar

    Tybstar TPF Noob!

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    I'm slowly learning to use my new Digital Rebel (kit lens) and on a recent hike through a wildlife observation trail, I tried to pick out areas of different color in the forest. This color is artificial, but I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out. Any comments? I took about 100 photos on the trail, and I saved probably 20. Hurrah for digital!

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    I have more images from the trail at http://gerla.net/gallery/jordan/

    Thanks for your comments!

    -Tim
     
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    who painted this spot and why?
     
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    It's probably a marker used to designate the trail path. Different colors designate different paths, and sometimes rate the difficulty as well.
     
  4. Tybstar

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    Treehugger is right, it's a trail marker. It's not a very heavily-used trail so sometimes it's hard to stay on the right track.

    -Tim
     

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