The google tree

I tracked this little old mangrove tree from a aerial shot from +Google Maps , it was a gamble trying to find it and see if it would make a half decent image, at first I missed it all together, however on the walk back found it (things look pretty different from up there 🙂 ) – I really wanted to see it at high tide, but timing did not allow me to be there – next time.

Often I will spend a few minutes browsing maps and checking out locations to find interesting nooks and crannies., good on ya +Google Maps 2 thumbs up, I dunno what i would do without google maps now.

Towra Nature Reserve.
techie love:
D7000 coupled with Tokina 11-16 mm f2.8 @ Aperture: f/11 and Shutter Speed: 158.2s
out front – LEE Bigstopper, LEE graduated filter 0.9 and screw in circular polariser

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