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Old Jan 26, 2018, 3:00 PM   #1
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Default Aussie Eucalypt stripped bare

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Was taken with storm debris surrounding some trees near my camp site recently. Bark and heaps of leaves stripped off the trees, leaving fresh tree trunk for all to see



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Old Jan 27, 2018, 12:01 AM   #2
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Would be better if taken with the different angle, isn't it?
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Would be better if taken with the different angle, isn't it?
G'day mate
Point of view is often an issue ... here above I was playing with a 10mm lens and seeing what I could do with huge DoF and close-to-the-camera materials as welll

My 'normal' landscape stuff often uses long lenses to separate foreground from background .. like this



Any better on the eye?
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G'day mate
Point of view is often an issue ... here above I was playing with a 10mm lens and seeing what I could do with huge DoF and close-to-the-camera materials as welll

My 'normal' landscape stuff often uses long lenses to separate foreground from background .. like this



Any better on the eye?
Phil
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You are going good. The one you shared here is better.
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