Deep Scars

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  1. woodsac

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    Another from the fog series.


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    11 views and no one has an oppinion!!?? Well I do. I like it!! Very eerie, I love when nature overcomes everything.
     
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    beautiful contrast and composition. i love the texture on the tree!
     
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    Wasnt there somebody wanting to shoot time? This would have been absolutely perfect....

    Great shot. Very powerful.
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great find, love the way its cutting in to the bark, nice one mate :thumbup:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    My immediate thought is "Ouch!" spoken by the tree, but I doubt things are that way round and in the end it is the fence that suffers ;).

    Very well spotted.
    And composed.
    And framed.
    And exposed.
    And converted.
    And tinted...

    Surprise?
    It is "A Woodsac", after all!!!
     
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    Good contrast and well composed.

    Bill
     
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    Nice shot woodsac !!
     
  9. woodsac

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    Thanks. It was a pretty neat old tree.
     
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    What a cool shot. Has a real eerie look to it.
     
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    wonderful textures and tones! nice one jake
     
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    just a wonderful shot, wood sac...

    the tone of the pic is perfect...and the angle of the shot is what makes this interesting....great detail in the bark...cool, dude!
     

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