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Sea of Grass

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    Out for a walk in local park and came across this. There was approx. 2 acres of this leading up a large hill. Thought it looked kinda' like waves.



    Thought this old fallen tree being reclaimed into the earth had a pleasant look to it also.

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    Cool interpretation of the grass, I can totally see the sea
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    Yup definitely dig the abstract quality in shot 1.
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    Cool patterns in the grass. It almost looks like it is woven.

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