Thank you! One thing that always helps with photographing forests is a good amount of mist/fog. On a bright clear day there is just too much detail and harsh contrast to capture well. Fog helps to create softer contrast (which looks way more moody and mysterious) and it helps to isolate trees from all the background details (which normally would be distracting). So when it's misty definitely grab your camera and explore the forest!
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