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Location: Kingston Lacy
The Kingston Lacy avenue of more than 700 beech trees was planted in 1835 along what is now the B3082 near Wimborne Minster. I used a long focal length lens to compress the perspective and shot from low down to exaggerate the lines. There was a slight hint of mist in the air to add some atmosphere. My favourite shot was this one taken from the middle of the road, which was slightly disconcerting.
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