Cypress Roots and Needles, Pedernales River

Cypress Roots and Needles, Pedernales River

This is the last of the pictures from last weekend's trip to Pedernales Falls State Park. As I mentioned earlier, I love cypress trees and one of their most interesting features are their complex buttress root systems. In this shot, I was drawn to the differing textures of the roots and the needles lying amongst them.

Exif Information

  • ApertureValue: f/8
  • ShutterSpeedValue: 1/89 sec
  • ISOSpeedRatings: 400
  • ExposureProgram: Manual
  • ExposureBiasValue: 0 EV
  • Flash: No Flash
  • FocalLength: 28 mm
  • Model: NIKON D700
  • Make: Nikon Corporation
  • MaxApertureValue: f/2.8
  • Copyright: Copyright (c) Dave Wilson, 2011
  • MeteringMode: Multi-Segment

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  • LensScaper

    Incredible root system – look like coiled snakes. Exellent Depth of field on this shot
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  • Dave

    I’m absolutely stunned at the beauty of your nature shot,
    Marvellous work !!
    DaveĀ“s last post ..About to Bloom

  • Dave Wilson

    Thanks, Dave! I’m pretty impressed by the content on your photoblog too – you’re now in my Google Reader list.

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