Gold Twins

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Member: Karen Moen
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Another interesting subject photographed in Lost Maples State Park in the Texas Hill Country near the town of Vanderpool. The sky was overcast and so the color saturation was deeper.


Guest - Oct 09, 2006 07:59 PM EDT
Thank you, Gretchen and Anne, for your encouraging feedback. This has been dorment for so long, that I was happily surprised to read your comments.
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 04:33 PM EDT
I agree with Vince. And add that as one watches, the roots seem to make snakey moves. *g*.. Intriguing. One is drawn into the picture. That is what I like. Great going, Karen
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 03:41 PM EDT
Eveyhing is just right in this shot - color - comp- clarity - creativity..all 10's in my book!
Guest - Nov 13, 2005 07:53 AM EDT
Thank you for the nice comments. This is one of my favorites, Vince, of my visit that day. One thing that surprised me was that it is actually two trees with the roots seemingly entwined.
Guest - Nov 13, 2005 02:04 AM EDT
This pic got me looking for sometime,I couldn't put my finger on what I liked about it,first it was very clear and then the mix of colors was standing out,finally the textures although many created a simple scene but effective.
Guest - Nov 12, 2005 05:57 PM EDT
Nice compostion too! Lovely!
Guest - Nov 12, 2005 08:38 AM EDT
Very nice! Interesting tree trunk! I see you've gotten some nice foliage there. Overcast skies are great for color saturation and gloomy skies are great for that.

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