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Sep 07, 2011 21:48 |  #1

We did a 13 state national park road trip this summer. Spectacular scenery. But the redwoods stole my heart.

This was taken at Prairie Creek Redwood State Park. I believe it's at 10mm.

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Sep 07, 2011 22:15 |  #2

Very nice! Can't decide if I like the hiker or not. Also, I'd fix the CA, it's pretty bad.


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Sep 07, 2011 22:47 as a reply to  @ sulli.gibson's post |  #3

Looks good with the hiker to me. Was in that park just this past weekend. No real fog to speak of this time - would have been a nice touch. Looks like maybe James Irvine trail, but hard to tell for sure.


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Sep 08, 2011 22:52 as a reply to  @ mdvaden's post |  #4

The hiker helps to provide the scale of the trees. I really like this image.


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Sep 09, 2011 00:34 |  #5

The convergence and the small scale of the hiker really conveys the height and size of the trees. Without the hiker they could be saplings. Very nice redwood shot.


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Sep 09, 2011 03:52 |  #6

Lovely shot




  
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Sep 09, 2011 13:19 |  #7

looks spot on. very lovely shot, and yes--keep the hiker.


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Sep 09, 2011 14:41 |  #8

cool shot! ;)




  
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Sep 09, 2011 15:32 |  #9

Awesome tree shot. It's challenging to convey the size of trees, but your perspective really nails it. The hiker is essential to conveying the scale. Also love the misty atmosphere.


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Sep 10, 2011 10:37 as a reply to  @ David Arbogast's post |  #10

Great shot. I love the redwoods as well. Did you make a stop over in Yosemite?


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Sep 10, 2011 10:45 |  #11

pbelarge wrote in post #13073651 (external link)
The hiker helps to provide the scale of the trees. I really like this image.

Agree....




  
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Sep 12, 2011 20:29 |  #12

Love it!


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