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Originally posted by clk230 clk230 wrote:

Very clever Pieter!
Thanks James!


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Couldn't find the "Did you hug a tree" thread, so let's post it here

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I hope this is the thread formerly known as "Did you hug a tree today?"

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Old fallen tree covered with moss

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Originally posted by clk230 clk230 wrote:

A nice range of interesting textures in the trees Anthony. I especially like the one with the broken almost circular fence around it.

Thanks! That one took by far the most trouble in framing, both in the VF and in PP. I was torn between the view around it and the fence itself.

Too many wonderful images here to praise individually, but I particularly liked the colour image of the tree with moss over the lake by Jens G. Beautifully composed and the lighting is just perfect!

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Small cyclist among tall beech trees

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