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Son of a Beech

By Gomez
Upload three in the continuing series: "One hundred and one ways to drive yourself mad with simple images containig only two elements and by listening to other users comments. Especially the ones you know by sight through a snipers scope..."

You know who you are......

Tags: General Digitally manipulated See the other two in this much loved and detested series of half witted attempts at what seemed like a good idea at the time Humour and fun

Voters: FeePhoto, IMAGESTAR, rocky41 and 5 more

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FeePhoto 10 34 Scotland
1 Jan 2008 5:30PM
To think, I just went out to take some photos - who knew it would escalate to this...

Still like the shot - which ever version we're looking at!

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albyn 10 19 Scotland
6 Jan 2008 12:47PM
That is perseverance or something else!!! Now I am not sure about some of the leaves on the root of the tree.....!!
This is taking photo projects to the limits. Well done for trying. You can stop now.
Bob T
Gomez 10 1 Scotland
6 Jan 2008 10:08PM

Quote:Now I am not sure about some of the leaves on the root of the tree.....!!


CraigT 9 1 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2008 9:53PM
Yes, but.... Just don't put into a club comp - you'll get marks taken off for the cheeky title!
Assyrian 9 132 Scotland
13 Feb 2008 7:26PM
I tire of this. What was the point again?

There's another twig I don't much care for. It looks like a small antler and now I'm thinking that perhaps there's a deer under all that. I'm sure you don't want us to think that.

I'm grudgingly voting AGAIN for this but seems to me to be a cheap way to secure additional votes for essentially the same picture.

PS - Joking!! It's your best photo of a tree no more than 4 feet away to date.
Gomez 10 1 Scotland
13 Feb 2008 8:28PM

Quote:I tire of this. What was the point again?


ps roflol. It does look like a deer. More hidden animals, at least it's not a spaniel this time...
19 Feb 2008 10:31PM
Great title Smile Could you go back and move some leaves off of the mossy bit?


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