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Community Woodland

People who have seen this photograph say it should be called dancing trees. It is a photograph of a group of young cedars in a wetter part of a newer growth area. What stands out to me is the fact that they are cooperating with their growth almost dancing in unison to get the best angle for sunlight. This was a really hard composition to make in that there were many distracting elements. The fresh snowfall however made the branch curves stand out. To me it showed how trees cooperate and work together to form a community. Also it shows how important it is to photograph close to home and this is essentially in my own backyard. One I have become very familiar with over the years.

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People who have seen this photograph say it should be called dancing trees. It is a photograph of a group of young cedars in a wetter part of a newer growth area. What stands out to me is the fact that they are cooperating with their growth almost dancing in unison to get the best angle for sunlight. This was a really hard composition to make in that there were many distracting elements. The fresh snowfall however made the branch curves stand out. To me it showed how trees cooperate and work together to form a community. Also it shows how important it is to photograph close to home and this is essentially in my own backyard. One I have become very familiar with over the years.