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This cypress tree has survived a lot of floods and it’s easy to see why. This was shot in the same area of the Blanco River as the previous photo.
Fabulous. Provoking. Dreamy.
Man that is just so awesome. I asked what lake in the last post but now I see waht RIVER it is. These are wonderful. I hope you have a few more.
Pick me pick me!
Looks as though the tree is moulded into the river bed. Very cool.
Beautiful. Do you post process your pictures a lot? I just have to know how you get this fantasy type look for all the pictures.
Karen…refer to the last picture he posted. and he gives the secret there…nice work again. your post-postprocessing is only surpassed by your knack for finding the perfect shot in a given local.
Wow. Love the color and feel of this.
Wow that’s really nice, it’s all mysterious. I like the colours.
This is fabulous. It reminds me of a painting. Just great.
beautiful light..grat capture:-)
You surprise me with your captures…really…How I wish I could be that good..
Breathtaking again. Love the water and the colour. amazing.
wow. it’s so mysterious.
Really impressive, I think the shutterspeed is perfect, and that tree trunk is incredible!
Two shots. Perhaps a series. Very interesting color’s process!
Andy those are some serious tree roots. Nicely captured and cool tones.
Now this is what i think when I think “earth tones”. Excellent shot – the way you shoot water is always amazing to look at.
I agree with Dylan, your water-shots are excellent. Love the colors on this one, this old tree will survive many more floods..
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