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Flagtree
: Carlos Zito (CARLOSZITO) (0)
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: 2012-01
: Trees
Photo Version: Original Version
: 2017-05-27 1:15
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En Terre de Feu on les appelle “arbres drapeaux”car ils prennent la forme du vent. Cet arbre (lenga : Nothofagus pumilio) est originaire du sud de la Cordillère des Andes, et peuple les forêts andines australes, chiliennes et argentines jusqu'en Terre de Feu) Il est à quelques mètres du Canal de Beagle, au bord de la route Ushuaia-Estancia Harberton.


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Hello Carlos,
Welcome here in TN!
What an attractive tree! Like your presentation the way you have given +/- 75% in the sky and +/- 25% for foreground.

Just don't like presence of HUMAN BEING in the frame. Looking forward to see beautiful nature picture where there will be no presence of man / man made articles.

Have a look the RULE of TN .
Thanks for sharing,
Best wishes and keep posting,
Srikumar

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  • tuslaw Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2580 W: 275 N: 4826] (19429)
  • [2017-05-29 5:57]

Hello Carlos, and welcome to TN.
An attractive shot of this oddly shaped tree, due to high wind effects. I like your composition and sharp focus on subject. Beautiful cloud filled sky as a BG. Normally I don't like the presence of humans in a shot, but this time it helps to show perspective of tree size.
Ron

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