Tree by the River

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  1. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Both in colour...


    ...and washed-out B&W.


    f/8 @ 18 mm, 1/200, ISO 200

    Thanks for looking...
     
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  2. OregonAmy

    OregonAmy TPF Noob!

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    Portland! :)
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Portland indeed :) I was there last winter and enjoyed it very much. What a crazy beautiful place to visit and live...
     
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    Crazydad No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice, I like the color version better. Can't really say why.....
     
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    yay! portland! haha...I actually prefer the color one also...but for no other reason that the b&w one doesn't pop.
     
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    Thanks Crazydad and tiphanie. Almost everybody everywhere preferred the colour version; I'm not even sure why I thought a B&W conversion would be interesting in the first place...
     

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