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Controlled Burn #2 by Elaine Teague

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Canon 7D and Canon 50mm prime lens

Taken in Bridgetown, Western Australia. This area by the Blackwood River was full of beautiful wattles that made a spectacular display at the end of winter. They were all chopped down about 18 months ago, albeit for a fairly good reason. They were throwing up saplings everywhere and seeds were being carried downstream and causing problems. All the loppings were recently burnt and this is the result. Apparently we are getting a pretty reserve at some time in the future. In the meantime……….

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bridgetown, western australia, black and white, monochrome, trees, scenery, nature

Thank you for looking at my work. I use a Canon 450D and 7D with Canon and Tamron lenses. Some of my work is manipulated in software, often using textures and sometimes blending with 2 or more images.

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Comments

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 1 year ago

    That really saddens me

  • It was sad as the trees made such a spectacular display in the winter. Silly thing is new saplings are now growing and the Council hasn’t made any attempt to spray them, so the burn may have been a waste of time and resources.

    – Elaine Teague

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 1 year ago

    Superbly captured Elaine.

  • Thanks Julie. Appreciate the fave.

    – Elaine Teague

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyover 1 year ago

    Excellent work

  • Sandra Fortier
    Sandra Fortierover 1 year ago

    Oh…sad story! great capture.

  • Thanks Sandra. Hopefully the Council will replace the area with a fantastic shady park.

    – Elaine Teague

  • Ben Loveday
    Ben Lovedayover 1 year ago

    Excellent light and detail. I like the tree trunk framing as well..

  • Thank you Ben.

    – Elaine Teague

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