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Forest fire.

By steve_eb    
A trip down to Westonbirt Arbouretum near Cirencester last week to walk the Christmas trail of beautifully lit trees at night.

I have called this Forest fire because of the vibrant red branches of the Cornus (Dogwood) emualting fire at the base of the beautifully lit Scots Pine trees.

Hope you like this as much as I do....?

Comments and crits welcome...Steve

Tags: Forest Night Low light Flowers and plants Dogwood Cornus Scots pine Landscape and travel Night and low light Arbouretum Uplit trees

Voters: Lucy_Locket, bones316, Sezz and 4 more

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Sezz 13 617 15 England
13 Dec 2010 9:52PM
Fantastic view-point for this one Steve - were you lying on the floor? You've controlled the lighting really well!

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steve_eb Plus
9 354 8 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2010 10:41PM
Pretty much yeah, stiff neck getting this right in the viewfinder and pleased with the balance of the trees left and right of the frame as this isnt cropped or straightened, thanks for coment on the light too...I am really pleased with this shot so appreciate your comment, thanks

twordley 12 360 England
14 Dec 2010 8:11AM
very colourful, like the comp and large is definitely better.
JJGEE 13 7.1k 18 England
14 Dec 2010 8:31PM
If you are interested Wakehurst Place have their "Christmas" tree, a
113-foot giant redwood, draped in lights.

When the distortion is so obvious I tend to accept it as being creative, which this is, Smile rather than a fault.

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