Tree fighting the snowstorm

9 years 2 months ago #12191 by crystal


When I shot this picture, the snow was up to my knees. It didn't bother me, as I was able to get this shot.

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9 years 2 months ago #12509 by Stealthy Ninja

cwightmanphotos wrote:



When I shot this picture, the snow was up to my knees. It didn't bother me, as I was able to get this shot.


Nice, but perhaps that fence, or whatever it is, is a bit distracting.

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9 years 2 months ago - 9 years 2 months ago #12523 by Karl Wertanen

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote:



When I shot this picture, the snow was up to my knees. It didn't bother me, as I was able to get this shot.


Nice, but perhaps that fence, or whatever it is, is a bit distracting.


Thats what i thought... Not really sure what it is and it makes your brain concentrate on wondering. Is that a hitch rail and feeders for horses?

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9 years 2 months ago #12640 by crystal
I agree it is distracting. I was thinking of cloning it out and cloning out the weeds on the other side. But then I thought with the two of them there on either side of the tree, it sorta frames the tree. It's a toss up.

Oh and the fencing thing.. It's a spot where the park chains up the kayaks/canoes. So no matter where I stood it would have been in the picture.

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9 years 2 months ago #15114 by Scotty

cwightmanphotos wrote: I agree it is distracting. I was thinking of cloning it out and cloning out the weeds on the other side. But then I thought with the two of them there on either side of the tree, it sorta frames the tree. It's a toss up.

Oh and the fencing thing.. It's a spot where the park chains up the kayaks/canoes. So no matter where I stood it would have been in the picture.


Clone that stuff out, simplicity is extremely powerful.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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9 years 2 months ago #15147 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote: I agree it is distracting. I was thinking of cloning it out and cloning out the weeds on the other side. But then I thought with the two of them there on either side of the tree, it sorta frames the tree. It's a toss up.

Oh and the fencing thing.. It's a spot where the park chains up the kayaks/canoes. So no matter where I stood it would have been in the picture.


Clone that stuff out, simplicity is extremely powerful.


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