Where have all the trees gone?

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    Well i said i would earlier...i just had to, the sun was just beautiful. So i went out to this place i had seen yesterday and took a photos.

    It was an interesting scene to see, piles of wood from cut down trees in the middle of a beautifully growing field. I had to go back and thought, seeing as there was lack of trees i would add a few versions of myself instead.

    I guess you can take what you want from the photo, maybe they're searching for lost trees or maybe replacing them...who knows, its for you to imagine.

    I hope you like it, i know that alot of artists like to do these but felt in this instance i wanted to try it as i felt it was nessasary.

    I hope you enjoy it.

    x

    tequila6, April Atrocity, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. J. Astra Brinkmann 72 months ago | reply

      I like the idea of replacement of trees, but this feels like a searching photo because of all your expression and movement. The sky in here is exquisite and the landscape is almost post-apocalyptic (I get sad when i see cleared fields like this!). Overall, it makes me think about all the possibilities - so good story-telling.

    2. evelinacarborn 72 months ago | reply

      Love the colours!

    3. Lady Detektive 72 months ago | reply

      This is great! - the flowers, your skirt and the slightly playful look of the middle you, looking down -give it a fun feel, even with the sad tree stumps. :)

    4. Alana Layer 72 months ago | reply

      I love this. It makes a person wonder.

    5. deeleted [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      great edit.

    6. Andreas Climent | Flickrista.com 62 months ago | reply

      Great colors and composition.

      This photo will be featured on Flickrista soon.

    7. SarahLikesPhotography 44 months ago | reply

      This is so pretty! How did you do that?

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