Forces of Nature

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  1. jacsul

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    Hi all,
    I was out hiking with my daughter and came across this scene.
    If you look in the distance you can see another much larger tree toppled over by the wind. Strange how nature finds its own balance.


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    Don't see a picture.
     
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    "the image has been moved or deleted"
     
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    Here it is, I wish i would've taken a better shot of the toppled tree in the background. Anyway feel free to C&C.

    Jack

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    Sorry, this image doesn't do anything for me.

    There is a lot of purple fringing going on in the image.
     
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    I've taken my share of these, it's just a "winter in the forest" shot. No oustanding/unique subject IMO. I've tried to improve on these myself, but I've found they're just not that great of a picture. Try tightening up on something, the tree, rock, something. Should work out a lot better for ya.

    Happy Shooting!
     
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    Contrast is poor and the tree is overexposed. I agree with above comments.
     

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