From Forest to Flats

Uploaded: August 12, 2006

Description

A break in the tall alders revealed a doorway to the tide flats. It was a cloudy, foggy and drizzly day but there were still some scenes worth shooting. ISO-160, f16.0, 1/50

Comments

Crystal L. Craig August 12, 2006

Beautiful image Gary! Very clean and crisp with serene colour, love the feeling of it with the intense depth. A fabulous capture #502147

Gary H. Minish level-deluxe August 13, 2006

Thanks, Crystal :-) #3157362

Pam August 28, 2006

Wow!!!Beautiful capture!! #3236330

Gary H. Minish level-deluxe August 28, 2006

Thanks, Pamela. I'm glad you liked this one :-) #3236745

September 06, 2006

This one reminds me very much of going out to the flats behind our house at Two-Mile, and fishing for an afternoon, except that I don't remember that much greenery back at that spot...more mud and sand. #3275768

Gary H. Minish level-deluxe September 06, 2006

Thats because this is over at the New Town Site, just out from the house on the hill (or where it used to be). #3275946

September 07, 2006

Of course! I should have recognized it! :-) #3279860

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