Tree Tunnel.....

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  1. a4drvr

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    This is one of my favorite photos I took.
     
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    Pretty cool...wish the greens were to stand out a bit more...and would be cool if there was something like a person wayyyyyyyy down near the end of the path for a little added interest. But pretty unique shot!
     
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    Hi. I know this is the critique gallery, but I don't have much of a critique. I just wanted to say that I love this location. I feel like any second four hobbits are going to come tumbling down the hillside and then a black rider will come riding down the path. Where was this taken?
     
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    This was taken in Torrey Pines,CA
     
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    i think it would look better if you edited out the wooden posts, so that it would have a more natural look, just a suggestion
     
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    Damn.. I like the wooden posts. How else could we tell it was a man made track in the wilds?

    Nice shot. Looks like Frazer Island in Ozzie land.
     
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    Try cropping the top down to the horizontal tree limb. Perhaps a little off the right would help also. By doing this the tree will appear to be framing the photo.
     
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    it looks kinda like the bit on Lord of the rings where they see the ringwraith
     
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    Excellent shot, and nice eye catching that. It would have been great though at sunset when colors have more contrast, or perhaps if you used the trees to frame a subject (person? car?)

    Good shot all around, but I also wish the greens were a bit more fuller and the ground a bit darker and not washed out.
     

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