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Old Oct 11, 2007, 5:10 PM   #1
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Two trees as one and starting to take on autumn colour



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Old Oct 11, 2007, 5:31 PM   #2
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That's an interesting image indeed, musket! Reminded me an antiquemyth in which a generousold coupleis rewardedby being turned into two intertwined trees upon their death...
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Old Oct 11, 2007, 5:37 PM   #3
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I love the colors in the trees, fall is my favorite of all the seasons!!

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Old Oct 11, 2007, 6:26 PM   #4
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That's an interesting image indeed, musket! Reminded me an antiquemyth in which a generousold coupleis rewardedby being turned into two intertwined trees upon their death...
Yes lots of tales of people being turned into trees :-)

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I love the colors in the trees, fall is my favorite of all the seasons!!

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Autumn(Fall) is certainly a great time for the photographer, lots of colour

to capture :-)

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Old Oct 11, 2007, 7:38 PM   #6
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What a neat capture. Thanks for sharing.
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Cool shot, Musket!

I think it is an interesting photo, depicting the way the two trees have "joined" branches. Also, with the angle of the trunks, it adds extra interest imho.

Maybe the sky is a bit bright (overexposed) but that's understandable, as the foilage (leaves) are actually quite dark.

Is this a park in Belfast? The row houses visible do look so British... I have been to Belfast a number of times, I lived in London for 6 years... Some things are just so "typically British..."!

Thanks for sharing your autumn colour with us... here in Oz it's spring!

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Cool shot, Musket!

I think it is an interesting photo, depicting the way the two trees have "joined" branches. Also, with the angle of the trunks, it adds extra interest imho.

Maybe the sky is a bit bright (overexposed) but that's understandable, as the foilage (leaves) are actually quite dark.

Is this a park in Belfast? The row houses visible do look so British... I have been to Belfast a number of times, I lived in London for 6 years... Some things are just so "typically British..."!

Thanks for sharing your autumn colour with us... here in Oz it's spring!
No this is not Belfast, this shot was taken in Newtownabbey which is'Townland'

just outside Belfast, some six miles from Belfast city centre andin a housing

district called Monkstown. .............Lucky you spring in Oz, lots of things to

photograph in the opposite season:-).

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