155/365: Fake Plastic Trees

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    Am I the only one who falls asleep on their computer in the middle of editing only to wake up later with an angry red imprint from my keyboard on my face? Yes? Ok then.

    Look at this magnificent purple tree I found! People get really suspicious when you take pictures in front of their houses...makes for an awkward situation. I had something different in mind that involved peacock feathers so I was lugging them around too...don't think that helped.

    Originally I was going to shoot something in the canyon but it started to smell like skunks and I got nervous. Then these two guys came down into the canyon and I didn't think it would be smart to stay there by myself with all that camera equipment...

    As much as I like the new stuff I've been experimenting with I kind of miss my old stuff.

    Priit Kallaste, summerrain., ca.romo, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. tattoogirl12 [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      The answer to your first question is truly..no. Lol.

      What a gorgeous tree and I really like this comp, its a lovely capture!

    2. Macarena.V 34 months ago | reply

      that tree is so beautiful, you are lucky for finding it
      nice picture

    3. Priit Kallaste 34 months ago | reply

      You got some serious sleeping problems :)
      And the tree, the tree is just too gorgeous.

      Heh, I even Googled it and found out that it might be a Jacaranda tree. If you didn't know that, then now you know.

    4. Paige.Nelson 34 months ago | reply

      Haha thanks! :D

    5. Pensa-Art 34 months ago | reply

      I love the composition, you did a very great work

    6. fran.ces 34 months ago | reply

      beautiful picture ♥

    7. summerrain. 33 months ago | reply

      oh my.. the colors!

    8. Francie Idette 32 months ago | reply

      oh my god. I fell in love with this.

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