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Sunday, May 16, 2010



Pines on the far hill
holding distance
in place

John W Sexton

5 comments:

Jacob said...

Now, this could be a scene right out of central Florida...looks just like what you'd see driving from Ocala to Orlando.

I wanted to tell you, too, that your photography just gets better and better! I'm really impressed!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I would not have taken these to be pines, not at all what I envision as a pine forest.

Bob Bushell said...

What a nice photo Joo.

JM said...

I know absolutely nothing about pine trees, but I have just seen (apparently!) the same at Jacob's blog and that can't simply be true! :-) There must be a lot of species, but I can only tell the difference in one of them here because of its gorgeous round shape...

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