My Friend Rawls Capturing a California Live Oak Tree Early in the Morning – Crane Creek Regional Park, Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A. May 3, 2017
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I have (ahem) a ‘hunch’ about what this photog was looking at 😉 .
That tree definitely has a draw.
The sun has neatly delineated both the flow of the landscape as well as the pose of the photographer. Human interest is a bonus. Well seen Mr Allen!
Thank you John. This is another case of finding the inclusion of humans in a landscape really works.
Such formality my go to my head, Mr. Smith.
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