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    La tierra del norte

    Matthew Piper, Misa84, matt knoth, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. matt knoth 71 months ago | reply

      rad. trees are hard to photograph, for me.

    2. Minette Layne 71 months ago | reply

      Yeah, they're hard. This didn't turn out how I wanted but I only had three shots and Andy was breathing down my neck to leave the woods. Bummer. That place is f-ing off the charts with the beauty. Have you been there?

    3. matt knoth 71 months ago | reply

      nope but i love redwood groves. you should hit sequoia sometime, if you haven't been.

      maybe we can meet up for a camping trip when you guys head back south to del norte.

    4. Orion Ahrensfeld 71 months ago | reply

      I really like the moodiness, it's something that's rare to capture on purpose. I also really like the comp on it with the little tree growing out the side of the dead one.

    5. jalbersmead 71 months ago | reply

      Did you make it far enough south to do the Avenue of the Giants? That is spectacular. I agree with Matt - getting trees to look good is pretty tricky. Nice job you did on this one though!

    6. hsacdirk 71 months ago | reply

      Now that is a class shot...

    7. glen_dubya 71 months ago | reply

      Haunted, frightened trees? Check.
      Far past the frozen leaves? Check.
      Down the foggy ruins of time? Check.
      Through the smoke rings of my mind? Check.

      Friend, all signs point to you having traveled to the north country fair. Never mind that you had to drive south to get there: the name says it all.

      As a native of the place, I feel it is my right declare that you have done well by it. Lovely, lovely.

    8. anner_norcal 71 months ago | reply

      We used to go here a lot when I was a kid. So beautiful. And I love the way it smells! Another North coast favorite where we camped many times is Jedediah Smith State Park. It's located just in from the coast where the Smith River runs into the Ocean. The Redwoods are gorgeous and the river gets pretty warm for swimming in the summer.

    9. lebenorris 71 months ago | reply

      I wanna go!!!!!! This is a most beautiful shot!! A little eery and mystical, but I Love it!!!

    10. Taiger808 71 months ago | reply

      This Image is one of my favorites on One Of A Kind pool


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    11. falcofoto 70 months ago | reply

      I really dig the vibe of this shot. I'm a sucker for trees. It was nice meeting you as well yesterday.

    12. Anina* 70 months ago | reply

      wow i love the feel that you get from looking at this.
      Incredible shot.

    13. elislider 70 months ago | reply

      amazing soft light

    14. jmven 70 months ago | reply

      Ganadora instantanea

    15. chaybert (Brian Rueb) 70 months ago | reply

      love the fog...I never find fog like this when I hit places like this..>I ge blue skies and sun.

      this kind of feeling is amazing though...wonderful image

    16. ***Yuna*** 70 months ago | reply

      Great fog and trees and everthing in this shot = )
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    17. broncospin 57 months ago | reply

      I'm lucky enough to live here! This is a great shot.

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