Thursday, November 10, 2005

Tree in the Keys


A nice peaceful shot of dried tree in the Florida Keys. You may pick up the right side of the tree has a pinkish tint from the setting sun. I'm not sure where the holes in the tree came from but they make the texture more interesting.

As you can see the water in the Keys is very clean and has a beautiful shade of light blue. If you haven't been down there, definetely give the Keys a chance (as long as it isn't hurricane season).

Canon 20D, 50mm 1.8, AV f4.0

14 Comments:

Blogger Chantal said...

I was there just before WIlma hit The Keys, had a great trip there. Beautiful.

3:14 AM  
Blogger Ian Frazier said...

I wonder if those trees are still there. You know what would be an awsome shot, one of someone hitting a rock with another rock. Also I leave for Moscow in like 4 hours so i'll see if i get internet over there.

Peace
Ian

8:21 AM  
Blogger Peace said...

Hm... looking at yr pic, I can smell and sense the sea.... so peaceful and cool : )

9:22 AM  
Anonymous J A M I E said...

Gorgeous shot - I need a beach quickly!

9:44 AM  
Blogger Ahamed Iqbal said...

Thanks for the comments everyone.

I have a bunch of beach shots from both the Keys and India which I'll try to put them up to get everyone through the winter.

10:42 AM  
Anonymous Otto K. said...

Nice picture. I'm a sucker for drift wood on a beach photo. I've done several myself. :-)

12:03 PM  
Blogger broccoflower said...

It kind of looks like the trees are an arm, beckoning...

3:11 PM  
Blogger M said...

The biologist in the group blames the holes on acorn worms.

3:33 PM  
Blogger Ahamed Iqbal said...

Thanks for the comments.

Drift wood is pretty cool, this was actually a tree (drift tree?).

And did the acorn worms get the tree before or after the tree died?

3:49 PM  
Blogger broccoflower said...

regarding your comment: i've always cooked this much! Kirk lucked out big time.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Sidney said...

Interesting pictures in your blog.
Like the way you look at things!

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Alicia said...

There are interesting. Termites maybe? The background look soothing. I would love to be there when everything is calm.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Ahamed Iqbal said...

Thanks for the comments.

Sidney, I really make an effort to take a different view of everything around me, thanks for noticing.

Alicia, Soothing is a really good way to describe that scene, there is nothing like a Florida sunset.

5:55 PM  
Anonymous nona said...

This shot is force! I like the driftwood which did wonderful form.

10:23 PM  

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