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just for an evening walk we need 5 minutes to reach the forest. This arch of hanging beech branches is in a park landscape.

 

Taken a few days back in May with Olympus OMD EM5 + Summicron R 50 mm

 

 

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Iduna,

 

A lovely shot of the magnificent canopy of the limbs. This gives the picture a regal setting. Are you royalty? Wonderful composition, colors and clarity.

 

Paul

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Paul,

 

this park has indeed a touch of English landscapes. At times it spreads also a kind of mystic atmopshere, gives shelter in summer and from rain. The sound of rustling when the wind is blowing is making you listen to nature.

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Brent,

thank you. Yes, it was a "blessed" evening and I felt absorbed wandering there.

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Thanks everybody clicking the radio button, its being well appreciated.

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Bill,

nice to share it with you, thanks.

 

Stuart,

our beautful locations are small, hidden and need a second glance. Thanks for enjoying.

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