- Posted Jan. 21, 2009 by Helen Hooker in Landscapes. Viewed 3917 times
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It looked like it might turn out nice today when I set off for school this morning so I put my camera in the car in case I found something to shoot. As it happened I finished early at school so I drove north towards Goodwood in search of a suitable landscape to capture. I stopped at the Trundle, the viewpoint at the top of Goodwood and was rather taken by this lonely tree looking out over the South Downs. The quality of the light wasn't perfect but I like the shape created by the bare branches against the landscape.
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