The forest, the magical forest... It's all chilly, it's all green with the sun blinking through the tallest pine trees. Back to the golden rule: keep things simple!
The heart of the mother nature, the forest, is where all the plants meet. Everything is meddled; there is a chaotic order. Three branches are mixed together cuddled by ivys that have leaves of all the shades of green.
Do you want to capture such a scene? Well then, good luck with it! Don't forget that people focus on one subject at a time; so does the lens. If there are too many details or parallel stories to capture, then you have to focus on one story at a time and eloborate on it.
If your subject is complex, then you can always close your eyes and dream about it. You don't need to capture all the details of the pine trees. Choose one or few trees. Then look around for things that can add meaning to your selected pine trees. Build your composition on a focused area and let the rest of the image support your storyline; never worry about the details of the supporting areas. Keep things simple!