Critique A challenging photo op: You judge the results.....

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Maybe another option would be to use a long lens and capture the lush moss and patterns on the limbs. I'll be in Charleston again next October......

Consider hiring Charleston Photography Tours, as they have access to a private estate with a drop-dead gorgeous entrance lined with oaks. https://www.charlestonphotographytours.com/ I used them the last time I was in Charleston and they quickly took me to places I wouldn't have known about on my own.
 

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Extremely well done, and I like them all. I'm especially thankful/impressed with the inclusion of some people in #1 ... really gives a sense of scale.

Ken
Thanks for looking and commenting, Ken!
You did a great job finding your way around the limitations.
It was an exercise in trying to see past the obstacles! LOL!
You have such a great album for this tree Karen. I love them all. My fav is the fisheye-C among the three fisheye images in this post ,
FiNALLY! Someone other than me likes Fisheye C! LOL! Thanks!
 

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