My wife in front of one of the swamp gums in Mount Field National Park, Tasmania.
These trees are notoriously difficult to capture in a picture. Their size (70-85m) is easy to handle with stitch, but the real problem is that their bark peels off at some height. This results in a totally different lighting, and the problem surfaces during the stitch. The top part of the tree is overexposed while the lower part is just okay at first.
Oh well, such is life and these are truly big, beautiful trees! But my wife is better looking ;)
Hehe, I only had to look at a big tree, and there she went again to pose as the size marker. Admittedly, she's not tall haha. Still...