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    Inside
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    Bridge at the end of Europe

    I liked the lines of the bridge and paths.

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    Yea, and the lines and shadows of the mountain,
    nice BAR.

    I’m also fascinated with trees.
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    We walk in the local woods frequently and love the seasonal changes, bracket fungus and strange shapes nature comes up with in the trees. The names of the fungi always amuse me too, one of the bracket type is ‘Chicken of the woods’. I take loads of photos and fear l could bore for England on the subject.

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    I’m interested, could you post a few?

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    Today’s woodland finds

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    Those are beautiful. It amazes me how some terrestrial
    animal life are so similar to aquatic or arial, I call
    phenomenon, such as, the fluid water dance schools of
    sardines or mackeral compared to the dance in flight of
    a flock of starlings....and now your coral fungus could be an
    Caribean underwater coral.
    What a feminine silhouette pose against the foggy
    background. Just lovely.
    And I love the lines in the rotting bark, wavey...

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    No, don’t take the lift!

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    Wow BAR, that’s beautiful, love the lines and patterns and
    a pop of color.
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    These two photos are me playing around with the
    reflection while watching Killjoys on TV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    Wow BAR, that’s beautiful, love the lines and patterns and
    a pop of color.
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    I really like the first one, that ghostly slatted head is creepy.
    Limited colour palette works well too.

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