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Saw Palmetto and Pine

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    Somewhat Paleozoic to my eye.

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    Very interesting looking spot. Around here forest means "brush" with trees sticking out of it. Being able to see so far is very cool. And the colours are intense.
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    Nice scene and perspective.

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    I really really really like this! I love the vibrant colours and the detail. the trees seem to go on forever. Beautiful.
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    Sort of has that "Engineered forest" look about it. great shot BF

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    Love the contrast and the saturation of this shot, really makes the whole scene pop right out at you. Excellent shot Barefoot.
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    Fabulous Barefoot. I really like the colours. The trees and patterns as so repetitive it almost looks like CGI.

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    It does look engineered and is so different from the forests where I live. Eye-catching composition and color.
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    Great shot indeed ... suggestion: go back to that spot, set your exposure to 1/10, move the camera quickly upward or downward while exposing ... this shoule be interesting with that kind of blurr added....
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