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What’s left of this young tree overlooking Colorado Springs after the Waldo Canyon Fire several years ago. You can see more burned timber bottom center. Shot…

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Just waving a camera at a neighbour's tree. Slightly different looks using different settings. These images appealed to me in the DxO photo editor. …

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