Published by Daniel Mosquin on December 21, 2006
Family / Families: Pinaceae Scientific Name(s): Pinus ponderosa P. & C. Lawson
Location(s): Sugarloaf Mountain, near Merritt, British Columbia, Canada Entry Author(s): Daniel Mosquin
Copyright Holder(s): Daniel Mosquin
Image License: Creative Commons License Tags: Abstracted, British Columbia, Photo by Daniel, Pinaceae
Abstracted Pinus ponderosa
Part of a holiday series of abstracted images of plants.
Previously featured on BPotD here: Pinus ponderosa and here: Pinus ponderosa.
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An interesting photo and attractive. How did you achieve that effect?
Thanks, Knox. This is a combination of long exposure time and panning the camera.
~ Happy Winter Solstice ~
a real flash in the pan
Actually I’d like to eat crow. Not bad if they are young. The critique of the terraformed afforested ponderosa pine on Mars being blown by thousand kmph winds is unwarranted as there is available an immediate link to a real bona fide P.pine in its glory and a delicate study of its bark.
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