Tree in the Fog

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  1. HikinMike

    HikinMike No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Went out to the Merced NWR a few days ago specifically to capture some fog "action". I really wanted a mist/water/foliage/fog type of shot. I saw one place, but it was way too muddy for me. Ever try to walk in mud without bending your knees? If I could stuck, it could be a bad thing....so I tried to find something 'safer' to capture.

    I saw these trees and figured I'd shoot it. I'm not sure I really like it, but I'd post it just because.

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    I like it, good pic.. Love the symmetry..
     
  3. Almost too perfect... have you thought of rotating it 90 degrees counter-clockwise? Make a Smoker's Lung poster out of it :)
     
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    LOL!! ...and I'm trying to rid Pneumonia right now!
     

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