Itla-okla was framed!

© Robert G. Stalnaker

Itla-okla was framed!

Linda A. Braddock level-classic April 20, 2008

Robert, Beautiful! Nice work. Linda #904839

Carolyn M. DAlessandro April 26, 2008

Very very nice Bob and the information was good too. Carolyn #5843426

April 29, 2008

Rich composition, deep greens and varied textures...and many fascinating details! #5858367

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Description

. . .framed by two trees, that is. Itla-okla was the Indian word for "tree hair". The French poked fun at the Spaniards by calling it "Spanish Beard", then the Spaniards got even by calling it "French hair". The Indians liked "Barbe Espanol" or "Spanish Beard" better, but later the name became Spanish Moss. It is backlit here on that big live oak tree on the left/background and elsewhere in this photo helping to provide added beauty to this image on the pristine Blue Spings.

f/4, 1/500, ISO 640, AWB, center-weighted avg, +1/3, lens Canon EF 28-135, fl 47, IS=on, Blue Springs State Park, FL, 4/17/08.

Exif: F Number: 4, Exposure Bias Value: 0.33, ExposureTime: 1/500 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 640, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 47.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 40D

Uploaded on April 19, 2008


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