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The Spooky Tree's Little Brother...


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The Spooky Tree's Little Brother...

21 Mar 2022 1:46PM   Views : 354 Unique : 214


Next door to the Spooky tree is his little brother. Little brother?! it could be just as old as the one that stands tall next to it... Anyway, I like this shot as it features both trees and leads the eye down the road to the sea. Only a little cropping was needed with this one to just keep the eye focused.

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22 Mar 2022 10:50AM
Hi Nikita,

sorry to say, imho there is no "focus" in terms of picture content... what about cutting off the left side - so that the white area with black sqare is gone? And whot about bokeh for blurring away not so interesting pieces of picture?
But: be assured that I totally can understand the magic of old trees! Best regards, karlablo

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