Maple trees at Arnold Arboretum in Boston, made extra strange by Photoshop.
The original is of maple trees turned gold by the changing seasons. Out of a roll of film (heck, many rolls of film), it was probably the best photo by far. This was an experiment to see what could be done to that hapless picture. The balance is still nice (IMHO), but now it's distorted and sinister in the familiar Photoshop Way (note the disgustingly-stereotypical Photoshop Sunflare).
Ah well, it was fun to make.
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