Can't see the forest for the trees

I walked past this standing of trees, stopped and walked back and forth about 5 times – such a awesome view with the super contrasting whites of the tree trunks with the greens and earths of the surrounds, a bit hard to portray the real view, but I think the panoramic option helps. I needed a pair of sunnies it was soo white, even tho it was overcast 🙂

D750 coupled with Nikkor 24-70 @ 44mm Aperture: f9 and Shutter Speed: 1/30s
ISO: 400
out front: a Hoya CPL and a bunch of funny white trees 🙂

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15 thoughts on “Can't see the forest for the trees

  1. Beautiful +Gerard Blacklock ! That's exactly what I mention in my new post from Hargraves Lookout (I tagged you as agreed 🙂 ) – there are so many amazing things to discover in Blue Mountains apart from the famous red cliffs, and if I remember correctly there are some mature white gum trees on the way to the Hargraves Lookout.

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