My first successful trees

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  1. flyingseale

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    I'm surrounded by trees where I live, yet whenever I venture out I can't seem to get a shot I like. But today I found a very small circle of trees on the top of a hill at Wingreen. Very few leaves on the branches and lots of open space. Someone had even planted a flower that it completely out of place for this hilltop location, but it kinda looks nice in the photo.

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    great stuff, #2 is my fave
     
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    I REALLY like #1, although I wish there was a place you could stand to get everything you got, but make the 2 trees in front angle off at the same angle. Oh well. It's still great!
     
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    I love the first one.

    Dani.
     
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    I can't decide between 1 & 2. Both are great for their own reasons.
    Nice series.
     
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    Awesome shots! Great job on capturing the trees.:thumbup: #1 and #3 are my picks.
     
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    I think number 1 could look quite incredible with a sunset/rise shining through the trees.
    Find out which direction these aim and see if you can get a good angle for early/later shots. :)
     
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    Excellent! I know exaclty what you mean about trying to get a good comp in a forest. very difficult isn't it? I went back to one place loads untill I was happy. I like these, no.1 in particular :thumbup:
     
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    I like 1. Nice shots.
     
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    I love #1. The flower in #3 looks so neat. Great job!
     

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