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Added by Robert C.
on Oct 31, 2012.


  • Robert C.

    Tom - I took the liberty to "burn" the bush a bit. It doesn't jump out so much in this version.

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  • Tom R.

    I agree. It's better. But next time - I take my pruning shears.

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  • Robert C.

    The full size versions of these two photos show a much more dramatic difference than the small ones shown here. Check it out.

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  • Robert C.

    Another trick I've used is carrying a long, thin rope. You can tie things back out of the way of the otherwise perfect scene.

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