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Sep 17, 2007 23:58 |  #1

These roots growing around a big rock caught my eye.

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Sep 19, 2007 10:30 |  #2

Wonder what nutrients they get from the rock?


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Sep 19, 2007 21:28 |  #3

jackprks wrote in post #3963489 (external link)
Wonder what nutrients they get from the rock?

Well, the roots actually go around the rock. Here's another pic to explain (I wish I hadn't been so pressed for time... that subject had a lot of potential)


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Sep 20, 2007 10:01 |  #4

Your second photo explains it but the first one was of much more interest and better composition. It's great that you were able to see and capture it!! :)


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Sep 20, 2007 13:55 |  #5

Yes, I agree.

The second pic was a snapshot taken with my P&S just to document the first pic. I had the 70-200 mounted on the 5D and didn't have enough time to change to the 17-40 and find a good composition since I had to catch a boat :)


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