Gnarled pine trees

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  1. ccd333

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    in Rocky Mountain National Park, sunset.

    Panasonic FZ5
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    Warming filter
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    I would have liked it better if the tree had been nearly on the left side, and the branches reaching into the sunset. With the current crop, there seems to be too much foreground. I do, however, really like the colors and the sky is beautiful!
     
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    I would tend to agree with the previous statement as well. With the current comp, the ultimate story / emotion is not created. While looking at this I wonder what is so special about the tree.
     
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    I agree with comments above. I'd like to see it cropped from the left or composed slightly different. But I really like the warm look of the scene!
     

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