Trident group

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I know what is good when I see one and this one fit the bill.
 
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wow!

I especially like the use of the two small trees, at the back (just on the right of your clearing). It creates a really nice effect! reminds me of the same effect created by kimura with his spruce forest (recently discuss by Ryan Neil in his podcast). brilliant! 😍
 

Cofga

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Yes, the mix of tall and short trees with the largest up front creates a real forced perspective and sense of depth. Nice grouping a d balance between the two clusters too!
 

JudyB

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I like this grouping very much. Too many forest groups are just bad trees thrown together. But this is well thought out and should develop very nicely. Thanks for sharing it!
 

Zach2

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How large is the pot? Just trying to get a sense for scale.
 

my nellie

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@MichaelS Bravo!
So very well designed and constructed!
Could we perhaps see a photo where we can enjoy the trees and pot as a whole? :)
 

Bolero

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Very Artistic and Creative, love the natural pathway thru the Maples, the raised Earth of the setting is really a nice touch...
 
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