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  • The photo looks amazing. The tree has an incredible glow around it. It’s surreal. Well done.

    May 09, 2012
  • […] is Renée Besta, who photographed an interesting scene near 46 W and Vineyard Dr. You can see her “Field of Dreams” on her latest blog post. Her blog is very informative and you might want to subscribe to keep up to date on her work. […]

    May 04, 2012
    • Thanks so much for posting this link from your wonderful blog, Barb. I really appreciate it and all you do to promote the arts in the North County.

      May 04, 2012
      • It’s always a pleasure to share excellent work with others who might be enriched by seeing it.

        May 04, 2012
  • That tree lives quite close to me, I believe. If you took this shortly after turning north from Hwy 46 West onto Vineyard Drive, it’s probably the same tree I photographed for a different reason last fall. Did you get close enough to see that the green around the trunk is poison oak? I was doing a study on poison oak, so that’s the main thing I was shooting, of course, I didn’t neglect the trees. I didn’t have such interesting clouds that day, either. I especially like the smaller tree at the back and the golden look of the field.

    May 02, 2012
    • Thanks, Barb. And yes, I believe it’s the same oak tree, as it is located not far off Highway 46 West when you turn up Vineyard Drive. Did not get close enough to see the poison oak that day.

      I always plan my shoots on days when there are clouds. Photographers despise ‘bald skies.’ So I don’t go out shooting without good skies.

      May 03, 2012

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