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Field with a View

Here is an image I found on the internet and decided to recreate it. There are some differences but I tried what I could you'll note the freight train and the style of the bridge, the curve in the stream and the type of vegetation trees, bushes, shrubs, even the bare lodge poles at the top left of the field. Obviously the angle is different but I tried to recreate the location seen below. and per rule 6 no photo editing.

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