4 thoughts on “wild oak

    • Thanks, Frank. I sometimes use a graduated neutral density filter post processing to do those things. For this one, I wanted a more natural look. The composition is strong, although the image itself is technically flawed. But I love (and always seek out) these bouncy-light glares.

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