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A very enjoyable series.
First and third really make me smile. I think its the anthropomorphic bumpers/lights/grills.
Second, no fault of your own, suffers from the tree upfront, but does document the undergrowth beneath the canopy
Love how the first looks sunken into the forest floor.
And last works well too.
The greenish tint/patina seems right for all these. As they looked?
Wish I had been there.
Re #2, the car was there long before the trees would rather they were not there but "Oh well".
Earlier in the week I was concerned the light would be too bright but fortunately there was a high overcast for a moderately bright yet gray sky. Greenish tint is likely a result of the still young foliage (sweet gum, pine, some oak) and mold/mildew.
Needn't add any composites, grunge is there by cranking up clarity.
Come on down - a day or two diversion on your next birding expedition - convenient to ATL and just up the interstate. Recommend this time of year or maybe mid autumn. Summer means dense canopy, snakes, ticks, mosquitoes, and poison ivy - lots. Lack of canopy in the winter - probably not very suitable for photography - lots of browns and very harsh light. Let me know.
I think there will be one final set to follow tonight or later in the week.