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|Growth on tree branch
Hope you all enjoy and please zoom.
Thanks for the comments.
Uploaded: November 15, 2012
Size: 347.5 kB
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Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i
Shutter Speed: 1/15 sec
F Number: f/8.0
Focal Length: 160 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Fantastic find and shot. Interesting textures and great details!
On Zoom is super!!!11
Wonderful capture of this. Looks very gnarly. :)
Well worth taking the time to zoom.A fine photo.
A very lovely capture and find, Kim :)
Weird how trees repair themselves or protect themselves.I have a tree in the back 40 with a fence post growing right through the base of the trunk as the tree repaired itself and continued to grow around it...Prime candidate for a lightning strike...Cool Capture Kim!
Superb and interesting capture!
cool knot developing, great find and crisp capture Kim.
Wonderfully textured capture Kim!
Fantastic find and shot Kim.
Quite gnarly looking piece indeed.
Outstanding colors and textures.
Superb textures, and such impressing on zoom!
great find,very nice shot
Turn it 180 and I'm sure you will see a face in there! Super shot Kim.
Strange indeed! :)
Lots of different textures, lovely capture!!
The DOF brings the knotted area into focus very nicely ... great capture!
We call this tree cancer in France. But not a deadly cancer.
very strange but many growths like this makes great pieces for wood working
For some reason I'm in the mood for ribs now..LOL..Excellent Capture
Fantastic image. I like very much the colors
This tree has done amazing work to preserve its life. A great capture.
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Gnarly indeed; nature is amazing! Great capture!
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