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Love the red earth of Sedona, a landscape of art.
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I really like how the shadows and highlights play around this one.
Thank you very much! The sun did all the work!! 😀
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And here is my submission of an unassuming little Wyoming tree. Sort of the opposite of Cee’s! https://judydykstrabrown.com/2016/07/24/where-the-pavement-ends-sunday-trees-july-24-2016/
Your tree might be small, it shows off the wonderful Wyoming landscape though.
Yes.. my trees are often more about the setting they are in than the tree itself. You have such mastery over your capture of the tree itself. I need more aids.
I feel like I am barely in the infancy stages of taking trees.
Cee, I look forward to watching your tree catalogue grow! ❤
You graduated with the raintree
There is absolutely nothing wrong with that goal. 🙂
Unlike me, I take photos of trees that speak to me — and often the setting is far from ideal!!
Your photo for this week is delightful!
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Good day Becca. Here is my submission for the week. 😀
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That tree looks crinkled — like wrapping paper that’s been crushed after Christmas. 🙂
Or attempting to wrap a gift while in a whirlwind! 😀
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