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Thumb of 2017-11-23/evermorelawnless/4a7836@evermorelawnless submitted this image in the Trees and Shrubs category of the The 2017 National Gardening Association Photo Contest .
Name: Leon
Indiana (Zone 5a)
Light is the shadow of God!
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TBGDN
Dec 2, 2017 7:17 PM CST
A piece of artwork. Would also make a gorgeous framed photo or a painting Thumbs up . Very nice Asa!
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Even a fool, when he shuts his mouth, is counted (as being) wise.Proverbs 17:28
Name: Asa

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evermorelawnless
Dec 3, 2017 3:44 AM CST
Thank you for your kind words, Leon. The light was a little flat that day, but wow were the trees glorious. Was a beautiful fall in the rockies.

I'm often reluctant to post or even shoot anything that has buildings or roads or power poles or anything "intrusive". And I've been thinking a lot about that self-imposed prohibition. I'm slowly coming to a point that the intrusions might be part of it, too. And have realized that some of my favorite "old" photographs have some kind of temporal marker in the.

By that I mean, a 2014 car in the driveway (in a garden shot) might be annoying today while a 1951 Chevey in the driveway, seen today, might be incredibly interesting. Akin to adding a scale to a macro shot - but not quite.

I digress. But I often do... ;)

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