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Tree-cutting Day

Discussion in 'Photojournalism, Candids and Street Photography' started by Mike Buckley, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Today my next-door neighbor had a tree cut down and many limbs removed from other trees.

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  2. Nice story telling images Mike. I like the compositions .
     
  3. Thanks, Binnur. My next-door neighbor appreciates having the photos as a memory of the day the lot her house is on changed so dramatically.
     
  4. barry lloyd

    barry lloyd

    Jun 12, 2007
    UK
    Just had our 4 oak trees looked at as well this tuesday past (7 may). All they are allowed to do is remove the dead wood and trim the trunk. There are TPO's (tree preservation order) on them so any work done over and beyond could land us with a huge fine.


    a fraction of the dead wood removed

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  5. Nice shots, looks like they knew what they were doing.
     
  6. Thanks, Rick! The crew was not only very effective but also took great care to prevent damage to the yard. They were also very nice to chat with.
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2019
  7. the climbers amaze me with their skill and guts, nice captures
     
  8. Thanks, Randy!

    Me too! I asked the guy using the chain saw if there is ever a time when he doesn't have scabs from where the tree bark scrapes his arms. He said "never" and added that he has had so much contact with poison ivy that his body is gradually building up a natural immunity to it.
     
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