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Old Sep 25, 2007, 1:53 PM   #1
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1 The paper-bark tree
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2 The creeping fig on a wall
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3 The alocasia
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5 Acacia branches over the bauhinia
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This forum serves a multitude of photographic outlets, one being a sharing of our own little piece of the world. Thanks for sharing in a very informative way the trees and plants of your 'neck of the woods'. I find tree shots always a challenge so do appreciate it when someone gets it right.
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Old Sep 30, 2007, 10:54 AM   #9
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Trees as one of the features inthe city landscape are difficult to shoot as they are always tootall and their crown too proliferative and irregular in pattern for anaesthetic pattern to be possible for them.

The shots I posted here were taken at dusk time when I was on the way home. A bit boring to watch them, I think, but I hope viewers don't mine about that.
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... A bit boring to watch them, I think, but I hope viewers don't mine about that.
Absolutely not! And what shows, as much as the subjects themselves, is your feelings for the subjects. That should be the goal for all of us here.
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