Maple Tree

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    Japanese Garden
    Portland, OR

    This is not "that tree" from the gardens. While everyone else was busy crowding the base of the famous maple, we crept to the other side of the gardens and had this "second tier" tree all to ourselves. The sun hung low enough in the afternoon sky to really lite this magical tree up, and I could not be prouder of the results. My favorite image I have ever captured.

    Copyright 2010 Nick Kanta
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    1. agrecola [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

      Hi, let's share this great photo with Landscape Lovers
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    2. kenneth alan lewis 35 months ago | reply

      Wow. Amazing capture - lighting and colors are fantastic - looks like bursts of flame.

    3. Jeff Barnhart 34 months ago | reply

      Such a great Shot! Wonderful lighting and color!

    4. j. becker jewelry 34 months ago | reply

      Love how you captured the amazing trunk. And... everything else!

    5. 6bender 33 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, Great light!

    6. Jesper Bülow 31 months ago | reply

      Very nice colours!

    7. amt40 30 months ago | reply

      Great photo. Congratulations.
      Great job.

    8. Maria_Globetrotter 29 months ago | reply

      Really cool tree!

    9. Matthias Murphy 28 months ago | reply

      What is there to say that hasn't already been said.

    10. TTims Photo 28 months ago | reply

      Wow what a great shot. would make a great mural

    11. RTsan 28 months ago | reply

      Divine...seriously divine

    12. primespot1 26 months ago | reply

      INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      I saw this great image in:
      Awesome Nature

    13. Be Clear 13 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colors!! Great shot!

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