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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by faraz View Post
    2 exposures nicely on a single sheet.
    Excellent, especially with Ilford at least going for a fiver per sheet!

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    Re: post your trees!

    Two views of the same tree. Or the remains of it, anyway.

    Big Talbot Island State Park - Bluffs Trail, or "Boneyard Beach"
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    Re: post your trees!

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    Uprooted tree, taken on my Ebony 45su with Fuji CM-W 125mm/f5.6 at f45 on Tmax 100

    Uprooted by pixelscape, on Flickr
    Beautiful.


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    Corran, the second is certainly the most unusual, but I don't cite it for such a mere disconnected reason. It's a good composition, imaginatively conceived and well handled, and offers the viewer an interesting discover process. Well done.
    Philip U.

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    Thanks Ulophot. Been sitting with it a couple days trying to decide if I like it enough to print. I personally enjoyed the light filtering through in the early morning haze. It was a struggle to get the camera in position and compose something as I was kneeling in the wet sand as the tide was coming in behind me. I'll have to post the setup in "The Setup and the Shot" thread.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Maine.


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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Schaller View Post
    Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Maine.

    Beautiful.


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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Schaller View Post
    Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Maine.

    We were scheduled to spend a week with friends on that lake this year, pre-pandemic. Maybe next year.

    Rick “don’t want to run out of next years” Denney

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    I highly recommend it Rick. We camped at the Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve campground, which was great. It's primitive camping, and the sites are walk-in or boat in. But it was impressively remote at that end of the lake. Very windy of course.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Salmo22 View Post
    At 9,560' in elevation, this old snag has seen some severe weather - both winter and summer. Over the decades it survived everything Mother Nature could invoke and grew to be a tall sentinel overlooking the once verdant Paddy Creek drainage on the west flank of Escudilla Mountain. However, in 2011 the Wallow Wild Fire killed much of the vegetation on the mountain, including this monarch. While certainly not as regal as before, he still stands tall with the thousands of other aspen, spruce, and pine skeletons as a reminder to what was. I was very lucky and caught a ¾ moon moving across the sky at sunset. Sometimes things work out. Click on image for higher resolution on my Flickr page.


    PADDY CREEK SNAG and MOON - Escudilla Mountain, Arizona

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    Well composed, excellent work

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