“Nothing Else Matters If We’re Not Right”

By: Galen911

Mar 24 2016

Category: I Wonder As I Wander, Land That I Love, Portrait of the Old Pueblo

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:70mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:NIKON D70

Naked And Gnarly

Ponderosa Pine Limb

Mt Lemmon Ski Valley

Tucson, Arizona

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5 comments on ““Nothing Else Matters If We’re Not Right””

  1. I love Tree’s, Ent’s( Lord of the rings) are my fav!

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    • Trees are so neat. No two are the same… and I’m sure they all have unique stories. I think that gnarly limb was about 30 feet up in the tree. I shot it while riding a ski lift. It wasn’t ski season obviously but they keep the ski lift running all year for us “tourist” types.

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  2. For a minute I thought it was deer antlers stuck in a tree.
    I’m really enjoying your photography and the stories behind them 🙂

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  3. On first glance it looked like a tree cradling a tree baby…

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