This is a rare photo of a tree that works. It does a few things to make that happen - the tree has a completly independent silhoutte, there is a human scale element in the photo to provide scale and the lighting allows you to find it. These are rare circumstances.
|Altitude:||51m (167 feet)|
|Date:||Saturday, May 17th, 2008 at 8:12 PM|
|Exposure:||1/200 sec at f6.3|
|Lens:||12-24mm f4G ED DX AF-S Zoom-Nikkor at 13mm
(equivalent field of view of a 19.5mm lens on a 35mm camera)
|PhotoOfTheDay:||Tuesday, May 26th, 2009|
|Tag:||trail, sunset, tree, lone tree|
|Larger image:||1999 x 1328|
|Raw image:||4288 x 2848|
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