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    i brought a ladder this time too.

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    1. vitelone 100 months ago | reply

      Interesting pattern indeed! There's something not convincing, here, imho: maybe the little blur (motion, unfocused?) or the colors, a bit pale, the composition, straight, or the lack of any element to get an idea of the scale... It's curious and not completely achieved. Sorry!

      -voted as "delete6" (from the Delete Me Uncensored group)

    2. doubleyou_em 100 months ago | reply

      mramberg: thanks,
      sir poseyal; speaking of the whole set; it isn't halfway done yet.

      -i'm glad someone likes it (saves are nice too)

      as far as the focus goes, it may seem off-balance because of so much white snow, but the actual cause is most likely the fact that some of the lines are actually blurry -no matter what kind of technique i would've used, they could've only been removed in photoshop, and as far as land art goes, i don't do that :(

      bytheway this pattern was only found in as much as i found this tree stump; i 'drew' the pattern in the snow with hot water out of a thermos can.

    3. Stevie-B 100 months ago | reply

      Too stumpy

      -voted as "delete7" (from the Delete Me - Uncensored group)

    4. 'Ana 100 months ago | reply

      sorry

      delete8

    5. doubleyou_em 100 months ago | reply

      you may be pleased to hear that this stump no longer exists.

    6. Pay No Mind 100 months ago | reply

      Stumptastic.

      -voted as "delete9" (from the Delete Me Uncensored group)

    7. Robot Monster 100 months ago | reply

      yeah, it is a very interesting subject, but the picture is not that good
      sorry

      -voted as "delete10" (from the Delete Me Uncensored group)

    8. Robot Monster 100 months ago | reply

      i liked the other ones in the set, too

    9. Room With A View 100 months ago | reply

      This is wonderful - Nature is the first artist. Thanks for your note on my earthen Hakka houses in China. come back I have many more inside and outside and I will be writing more information with them.

    10. The Norwegian 100 months ago | reply

      what an absolute beauty of a tree-trunk! great set of photos!

    11. Supriya O 100 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful find! Great shot!!

    12. sjeele 99 months ago | reply

      wow, nature is creative and you've seen it. lovely

    13. sparty lea 99 months ago | reply

      you've been popolo'd

    14. Marie@Kajelund 94 months ago | reply

      This is amazing.. so pretty... nature is good with art..

    15. Per Lissel 88 months ago | reply

      Very nice! I like the patterns and the colours in this one.

    16. walking along 88 months ago | reply

      No better use for a chopped down tree. Your "land art" concept is a treat. Thanks!

    17. Huf 86 months ago | reply

      N*I*C*E

    18. bstradling 26 months ago | reply

      What a great old rotting tree stump picture ... the snow gives a lot of information about how the breakdown process is going. I see from some of the comments that some people just don't get it.

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