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It's very difficult to reproduce the flavor of a deep wood photographically. Firstly, it's very dark and secondly it's very green. In this case, I decided to push up the exposure level and make the picture monochrome. I liked the clear but leafy effect.

And below is a wide shot of the same view that generated the sunset silhouette below. Here you can clearly see the expanse of the Missouri River valley below the bluff. There was no escaping the sun from this shot, so there is plenty of flare. Here I applied a specialised picture style setting that Canon supply for their RAW photo editor called 'Emerald'. It enhanced the reds, giving pretty highlights to the vegetation.