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NICE!!!! Worship
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The complete tree covered slopes are one of the very typical and traditional US layout characteristics (at least from my German perspective). If I had the space to model US scenery that would be my favorite too. It looks very good!
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Thumbsup Thumbsup Very nicely done, and a true representation of the area you are modeling. Thumbsup Thumbsup
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Charlie
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Thanks, I was going for a late summer look, just as the trees are starting to change color. I live in the Pocono mountains , so everywhere I go in my neighborhood I have prototype inspiration for this type of scenery.
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e-paw Wrote:
Thanks, I was going for a late summer look, just as the trees are starting to change color. I live in the Pocono mountains , so everywhere I go in my neighborhood I have prototype inspiration for this type of scenery.

Wink Wink THAT, is almost "Shakespearean" Confusedhock: :o Wink 357 357 357 357
Big Grin BEFORE
"Be lion-mettled, proud, and take no care
Who chafes, who frets, or where conspirers are.
Macbeth shall never vanquished be until -----

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-----Great Birnam Wood to high Dunsinane Hill
Shall come against him."

357 357 2285_ 2285_ Yup !!!! Looks like "High Dunsinane Hill" Has seen the arrival of Birnum Wood Confusedhock: Confusedhock:
or, is that Isengard, and were those "trees" the Ents of Fangorn Forest Icon_twisted :o Wink 357 357 357 357

Lookin' GOOOOD !!!! 2285_ 2285_ 2285_
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Well that's a first. I've never seen model scenery move someone to the point of poetry before. 357 thanks.
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#8
Yeah, that looks great! What a departure from "before". Thumbsup
Cheers Lutz
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#9
Well it's ok, but I think it would look better at my house. :mrgreen:
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e-paw Wrote:Well that's a first. I've never seen model scenery move someone to the point of poetry before. 357 thanks.

How about a literary reference? A tree grows in Saylorsburg...actually lots of them and they look great!

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