Tall Trees In Florida

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  1. Jeff Canes

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    I like the b/w treatment - gives nice texture to the bark of the trees
     
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    Thanks wish I could recall all that I did, I'm still not quilt sure if I like this one, in the original color film version the dark roots at the bottom where coming out a bit of magenta, I tried but could not easily fix color version to my liking
     
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    I can't decide whether it's spooky, or still/peaceful
     
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    I like everything except the tree that has fallen on the left. It's just dying for attention.
     

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