It’s rare to see the forest through the trees; it’s rarer still to see the end of said forest something like a mile away. But that’s what Las Vegas-based photographer David Thompson saw a few weeks ago near Boardman, Oregon, when he snapped this gorgeously colored shot of a thick grove of poplar trees:
Thompson was shooting with a Nikon D800E, which adds great detail and really helps to bring out the colors—though a bit of Photoshop likely helped, too. This is a great example of texture, color, and perspective all coming together to create a richly beautiful shot with an infinite number of stories behind it.
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