Hi Lee -

To get the fish behind the tree you need to have the tree on one 
layer, the fish on another layer, and the rest of the scene on 
yet another layer.

If you can cut out both the tree and the fish, then you can 
simply layer them above the original background; Grokking the 
gimp uses layer masks to partially hide those bits of the fish 
that are behind the tree.


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