can't see the forest for the trees

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  1. grimmett

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    Heyas...

    Admittedly I really don't know what it could be. First thoughts were some sort of texture of an animal, hair perhaps... but all these ideas just didn't seem right. Was this a longer exposure?

    Like the picture though! Nice!
     
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    Yes it was, but I couldn't tell you how long. I was basically just experimenting, and I swung the camera from right to left while holding the shutter open for about a second (I think). :wink: It's a very pretty tree which was backlit by the sun. Pretty colors and I thought it might look cool. I'm a big fan of long exposures that cause blurring and I often try things like this without any idea of how it will look. I think it turned out pretty cool. I'm glad you like it. :D
    Thanks for looking.
     

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