An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Breathtaking Doug. I like the way the reddy browns in the trunk contrast with the greens of the tree. Bravo.
Brilliant shot dear Doug!Congratulations!There are wonderful detail in this image, I specially love the reflections!Léia
Aha! The house of flying daggers, then?! :)
Beautiful colors (again) and reflections are superb. Very nice shot !
A very creative and elegant way to illustrate a peculiarity of this environment. The single stick of bamboo at the top left is the cherry on top for me - a small detail that makes it clear what the jumbled mass in the background is. All in all, a superb study.
Just Beautiful!!The colors are amazing and loved the reflections.Greetings
A fine shot Doug!
One reflection photo I enjoy! Up and down is the same. Attention, not to get lost!
I like very much cypress bald. I had the opportunity to photograph it a few years ago in Louisiana and we have a place here, in my region, where we can admire it very beautiful also. I like these surprising roots in reflection in the water
Fascinating ‘culture clash’ you captured here. Thanks for the interesting explanatory words.
strange bedfellows indeed, but very attractive ones! the frame and format you chose highlights their attractiveness!
What reflections! Worderfull frame.your words help to understandit,thanks a lot.Greatings.P.D.:It´s a pleasure to contact again.I start again with my work. Days ago my father, dead.
Ha ha... East meets South. ;o)Like a plant romance title.Mr Cypress is surrounded by so many Asian bamboo chicks?This romance is getting too hot now!
I love your composition here Doug, two thirds reflections works brilliantly. Your title is perfect also. Great shot!
How unusual... Well seen, and well photographed!
this makes for a fine image, nice capture! just like me.. i'm from the east, but am living in the deep south.. lol..
fun title and great reflection shot
An another natural beauty perfectly caught by your talent! NIce!!Have a nice day.