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Which side of the image do you like (Which tree do you like) most – the top one or the bottom one? Why?

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I like both of the trees. I wrote a story about them, but it was so long that I didn’t want to put it up. I see the top tree as an older tree and the bottom tree as the younger one. My story was about teaching and how the young tree learned to be the teacher. Anyway, I like the picture:~)

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I like the top tree because it looks like it’s emerging from darkness in order to conquer something, rather than being mysterious and shrouded in darkness.

Not three sentences, I know.

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Top. It is more green. 😀

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I like the top one because it feels like I am looking up at it. I was automatically brought back to Muir Woods, where I felt so small and I was in awe of the giants surrounding me. I also like the fact that trees are so much bigger than us. I think people tend to take something as simple and beautiful as a tree for granted, and being able to keep the fact that they have been here for hundreds of years puts things into perspective.

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I like the look of the top tree but I don’t like that it’s at the top because it makes me feel like I’m upside down. And that makes me feel a little bit sick to my stomach lol. I think I like the top tree because it has more light which also makes it so you can see more detail. The bottom one just looks a little more dead.

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