Photographing the same scenery over and over is a tricky affair. I don’t have much trouble doing so with seascapes, for the sky and water are ever changing. But I don’t have that here in Tallahassee and the oaks and Spanish moss will have to stand in as a substitute. This morning it was overcast and cold [for Florida] – so there was no sun or bright sky backdropping the trees. That kind of condition makes for tricky exposures. So, in this photograph I was able to concentrate on the wonderful texture of the Spanish moss and the tree trunks.
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