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Copyright: Neroli Nolan (Neroli) Silver Note Writer [C: 3 W: 0 N: 28] (244)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-01-26
Categories: Trees
Camera: Canon 400 D, 17-85 MM USM
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-08-31 18:02
Viewed: 3254
Points: 4
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Because of the rain forests in South Westland we have a lot of driftwood on the beaches, at times huge trees are brought in on one tide and taken with the next. This is part of a tree which has been partially buried in the sand for several years, it is getting shorter in height as the sand builds up around it.

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Hi Neroli.
Amazing light captured. By the long shadows I take its late afternoon, beautiful. Great composition and detail, looks like a sculpture to the old trees. Nature reclaiming its own.


Looks like a beautiful old piece of Rata Neroli. I just love driftwood.
I was at Serpentine Creek the other day and was amazed at the massive girth of trees washed up along the banks of a relatively small stream.
Great shot.

Hi Neroli!
Thank for your sharing - excellent composition, colors of wood and shadows create mystic atmosphere...

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