Saturday, March 20, 2010


Prop roots of a Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) at low tide, Key Largo, Florida.

We are constantly challenged to create unique images.

How can you make your photography stand out in the crowd?
A fresh perspective on a common subject sometimes does the trick.

In this case, instead of laying down in the wet low tidal zone, I lowered the camera to the ground and without even looking through the viewfinder shot a series of images with the Canon 10-22 lens at 10mm. hoping to get some relatively straight horizon lines which I could crop straight.

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