One of my favorite features of the Carolinas, South Carolina in particular, are these trees. I'm not actually sure what kind they are, but my best guess is a "shortleaf pine", and these things are found all over the place. There's something very photographically fascinating about these trees to me, since whenever I come upon a forest full of these down there, I see a strangely symmetrical forest of vertical "rods", with almost no branches or even underbrush. I've struggled to think of some sort of interesting way to portray these trees for years now, to say nothing of how to actually get up close to one of these 'stick forests' without getting bitten by a snake or chased by an alligator or something wild like that. (They aren't exactly pedestrian-friendly, after all!) So, while wandering around a plantation down there, I noticed a thicket of these trees by the road, and attempted a 'bug's eye view'.
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