Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I love old dead trees...at my Rocky Mountain National Park landscape workshop

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This image was taken yesterday at my workshop at the Rocky Mountain National Park.  It's so fun to see so many people passing an amazing place like where this tree was and not even think to take a picture of it.  I guess sometimes you just have to have an eye to see some things.

Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/500 sec at f/5.0, 18mm at ISO 50, flash did not fire.  Taken at 7:08pm.

1 comment:

Frank Danley said...

An amazing gathering of red pines (Pinus resinous) all scarred by rehashed fires in Itasca State Park, Minnesota (photograph © H.D. Grisliness-Mayer). These were examined at the 2004 North American Dermatological Field week.

A cork bark fir tree developing in the high rise timberland of southern Arizona close Mt. Graham

A cork-bark fir tree (Abies parasitical), developing in the high height backwoods of southern Arizona close Mt. Graham (photograph © J. Psaltis). Notice how the bark has been peeled off by bears - by taking centers, we can date when this bark was peeled off.,


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