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Trees Photograph - Ranch Road Oak by Kathy Yates

Ranch Road Oak is a photograph by Kathy Yates which was uploaded on August 1st, 2011.

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I just wanted to look at again ....Marvelous ! L/F

Thank you Daniel!

Thanks Joe!

I love this sepia landscape Kathy ! Superb composition as well !! L/F

The composition of this landscape is perfectly accentuated in sepia. A very artistic piece, Kathy! l f

Morgan, thanks so much for the feature in California Dreamin!! I appreciate it!

Thanks for your generous comments, Tim!!

Hi Kathy, you have some spectacular flower photos on your site :-) , this image caught my eye, nice composition and tone makes me want to see what's over the hill, well done. Regards Tim

Thanks again for your comments, Odd. :)

The composition is wonderful, as is the sepia treatment.

Thank you!

This is just beautiful, Kathy!!! Wonderful composition, tones, and mood!!! :)))

Thanks very much, Nina.

Most beautiful! Love the sepia tone, which is perfect for this type of scenery.

It's a very cool place actually. Lovely old oak trees just pop up there~thanks. :)

Makes you wonder what's over the hill! Very nice, Kathy.

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