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By Robak
This line of venerable trees took my fancy. How do you avoid the blue, misty distance?
Comments and tips more than welcome.

Tags: Trees Countryside Landscape and travel Wyastone Monmouth

Voters: phillj, magnus, flyingseale and 4 more

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magnus 17 661 5 United Arab Emirates
1 Jul 2007 10:16AM
Could try a polarising filter. Not sure how much effect that would have in this instance but it would have some.
flyingseale 14 400 3 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2007 10:18AM
Lovely composition...well spotted.
As for the blue/haze, a polariser might help but your only real option is to shoot again on a clear day (after the rain has washed the pollution from the air).
FWIW, I don't think the haze is an issue. I like it as it is.
phillj 15 2 England
1 Jul 2007 10:18AM
I was thinking about that touch of drizzle we had recently.

I like the repetition with the trees. It works for me.

Robak 15 6 England
1 Jul 2007 12:59PM
Thanks to all - a polariser it is then!
danbrann 17 640 17
1 Jul 2007 5:20PM
Superb tones of green.
HUMIE 14 2 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2007 10:38PM
Well spotted...I too like the repition of the trees.
I think I may? have cropped the top of the image to the top of the last main tree.. If you don't mind me saying?
Great image as it is.

Robak 15 6 England
2 Jul 2007 10:40PM
Thanks Mike, I never thought of that and will try it on my original version.

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