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Gandalf065 Feb 10, 2004 11:11 PM

A tree in a park
 
I took this picture earlier today in the wonderful weather we had in MD. Played around with it a tad, converted it to b&w, and added grain, afterwards I think I reliazed I was trying to emulate a nice tri-x shot. Tell me what you think! :D
http://www.pbase.com/image/25953659.jpg

bcoultry Feb 11, 2004 7:54 AM

Love at first sight!

Did you fiddle at all with the sun to give it star quality?

digcamfan Feb 11, 2004 8:40 AM

Ethereal, Gandalf065.

Nicely done!

(Why don't trees freeze...?...any arborists in the house???)

bcoultry Feb 11, 2004 9:08 AM

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(Why don't trees freeze...?...any arborists in the house???)
All I can think of is that the sap flows down into the roots in winter. But still, wouldn't there be residual moisture that would freeze and, if so, wouldn't the expansion of this freezing damage the tree?

Good question, Digcamfan.

Gandalf065 Feb 11, 2004 9:47 AM

I didnt fiddle with the sun at all actually. I didnt even think to do so. It just turned out that way in the picture. As far as why trees dont freeze, think of sap the same way as you do antifreeze in a car. It doesnt freeze as easily, but it will. In extremely harsh climates, trees have been known to go boom! As thier sap freezes, it expands and the tree pops. Glad you guys like the picture! :D

bcoultry Feb 11, 2004 10:09 AM

Just like uninsulated plumbing. Poor trees.


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