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Sometimes when the camera is good, it's a nice idea to take closeups. I personally like to keep it a little asymmetrical. When i took this one, i wanted to use it as a wallpaper on my laptop, but it doesn't looks as nice when i try to fit it on a widescreen.



 The lighting was very favourable in this one. It was just after a long rainy day that i stepped out to 'hunt' for subjects. This was actually the leftover stump of a tree that had been cut down. New plants have started to grow at the middle of the heartwood. But, i guess it doesn't looks that exciting in a picture as it was in real life.


Comments

The Yard Bard said…
I'd hang those on my wall, any day. Much better than the grainy crapola my camera usually generates.
gretel said…
BEAUTIFUL PICTURESSS....
Anonymous said…
beautiful composition:)
Mack said…
Thanks everyone.. :)
Jason Shaw said…
Natural structure, natural beauty.

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