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Subject: [Leica] Friday Tree Trunks
From: rgacpa at (Bob Adler)
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2011 07:40:11 -0700 (PDT)
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I think Brislecone Pines are the most difficult flower I've ever tried to 
an image of. I'm not sure these do it for me. The first looks like it's 
up your patio with all the flat rock; it seems over contrasty too.
The second is just very busy with all the rocks and and flat (damned if you 
damned if you don't!). 
Like I said, REALLY difficult to create a compelling photo IMO.
As the saying goes, if you're not getting enough good pictures, you haven't 
taken enough bad pictures. Like me, keep on trying!!
 Bob Adler
Palo Alto, CA

From: Richard Man <richard at>
To: Leica Users Group <lug at>
Sent: Fri, August 26, 2011 5:07:25 AM
Subject: [Leica] Friday Tree Trunks

Flowers are related to trees right, so this is on topic? :-)

One thing fascinating about the Bristlecone pine is the gnarly tree roots
and trunks. I photographed a number of them this trip. These are are samples
of what I am working on. What do you think?

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