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Closer to home.

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There is a wide elevation change from one side of the county to the other, from 1400 ft above sea level to around 6300 to the top of Roan Mtn. with 3 lakes and 3 rivers. One thing we don’t have is a lot of flat land!!
I don’t how they came up with the spelling of Tennessee, but it was named after a Cherokee Indian village if my memory serves me correct.
Also where I live was also the location of the State of Franklin, but that didn’t last very long. Some sort of political wrangling stopped it.

This place, image posted earlier, has interesting elevations and more wind than you probably ever get in Tennessee. It’s called Fjaðrárgljúfur. I couldn’t live there as I’ve never been able to pronounce it. It’s next door to Kirkjubæjarklaustur.

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Heck I don’t see any trees!!!

Not a lot of trees in Iceland. I can only think of two nice woodland walks, in one of which a friend has a rental cabin. If you want trees, go to Estonia. They love trees. https://www.kaupokikkas.com/treescape Or Finland. Even Scotland. We once went to Bristlecone Pines in California, some very old trees there. These are trees near me, earlier this year, with my 1957 50/f2.

And another tree

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Very nice photos, we don’t stray very far from home, maybe to Virginia and North Carolina, they are within 25 miles from my house.

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The first photo is about 2 miles from my house, the second about 7,500 miles. My wife travels 6,500 miles each way to do a bit of yoga.

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13 september

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Looks like a painting.

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Is it positive or negative - I like to photograph forest in certain ways

More love Michael

golden age painting Denmark - I sometimes try to find that in my forest photos lol … see here

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beech forest in May
https://www.google.com/search?q=bøgeskov+i+maj&tbm=isch&rlz=1C1ASVA_enDK712DK713&hl=da&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi-xuPunbjsAhWbkKQKHdqXDC0QrNwCKAB6BQgBENQB&biw=1087&bih=523

THE ROMANTIC LANDSCAPE
LIKE THE GOLDEN AGE PAINTERS, POETS AND MUSICIANS SAW IT

There are many techniques used in photography today - image analysis and technique etc which are from that time

There are many here in our photo room who use the techniques … They are also available in your language … feel free to set them up … so I can read it in your language
http://subsites.skive.netmester.dk/media/2877/1-haandbog-paletten-rundt-i-billedanalyse-elevmateriale-faglige-grundelementer.pdf

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Positive.

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Here’s Denmark’s Henriette Bonde-Hansen

singing in Oslo

near where they dug a hole in a mountain in the 19th century

and then you can take a boat

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Nice images.