Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Fog Drip


Fog Drip, originally uploaded by ParsecTraveller.

The last photo from my recent redwood day-trip...

Redwoods are interesting because they capture fog moisture and cause it to drip down into the forest understory. It's what makes the ferns grow big, and what can soak unprepared hikers (like myself)...

7 comments:

franceline said...

On a envie de s'envoler ! mais ça c'est un rêve d'enfant ...

Chiot's Run said...

I always love a foggy morning when Mr Chiots and I out camping/backpacking. If I have a cup of steamy hot coffee, I'm in heaven!

The Organic Gardener said...

That is a beautiful pic, with the tall trees. very beautiful. I hope you didn't get too wet.

Dan said...

Nice photo, is it taken at 10mm or 18mm? Looks like it was taken with a ultra wide or fish eye lens.

Parsec said...

This photo was taken at 18mm with the Canon 18-55mm IS lens. It's amazing to think what 10mm would look like!

Dan said...

wow, good framing. You could seriously mistake this for being taken at a much wider angle.

spoolphotography said...

Love the angle and texture of this capture. The tone of green foliage is very soothing.