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Rocky Mountain National Park, USA By David Simms

Rocky Mountain National Park, Mills lake trail. It was early one morning. I was hiking up to Mills Lake. It is one of the parks most beautiful lakes. I came around a bend to see the poor crooked tree leaning over this nice little cascade. It seemed like such an odd way for a tree to grow. As I was setting up the shot, I wondered what had happened to the poor thing. What could have caused the tree to grow at a forty-five degree angle like that?

This was a three shot focus stack image. The first shot was the trees in the background, the second was the leaning tree and the final shot was the plants in the foreground.


Camera Nikon D700
Lens Nikon 28-300mm
Aperture f/22
S/S 30sec
ISO 200
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