Trees

Luke

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Nov 11, 2011
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Milwaukee, WI USA
Luke
Did you try shooting it horizontally and stitch em that way? that might make for an interesting picture as well.
Thanks Woody. I try to do a minimum of stitching (especially with 2 dogs on leashes pulling in different directions). I may try that next time. I'm not smart enough to know HOW it would be different, but I do know it would be different.
 
Aug 27, 2013
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Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
Trees at Mt Lassen

This is a great thread. Some remarkable images...

Here are 3 trees, taken at different times, during visits to Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park, in northern California.

The first is a dead tree, lying in an open alpine field.

Dead Tree by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on

The second, nearby, once was a tree and has now evolved into deadwood.

Deadwood by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr

The third and last is of the trees which grow near, around and in Boiling Springs Lake, a lake whose volcanic-fed temperatures are literally boiling.

Boiling Springs Lake by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
 
Aug 27, 2013
124
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
A few more

A few more from randomly different times and places...

Fall colors in the neighboring town of Ashland, Oregon -

Talent Colors by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr

This one was taken at Tumalo Reservoir, near the city of Bend, in the central Oregon Cascades -

No Trespassing by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr

This last one taken on a foggy winter morning, on the campus of Linfield College, in McMinnville, Oregon -

Tree at Linfield College by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
 
Aug 27, 2013
124
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores

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