Pacific Madrone Tree. Olympic National Park
Photograph - Outdoor Color Photo
Vertical color landscape photograph featuring the peeling bark of a large established Pacific madrone tree near the edge of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park, in the state of Washington. Some white sky can be seen through the leaves and branches that fill the frame; no people.
According to Coniferous Forest, one source of information on trees in Washington State, the Pacific madrone has reddish-brown, scaly bark and only grows near salt water. It has broad leaves but does not lose them in winter. Also called a bayberry or strawberry tree.
Nikon D80, Nikkor 50mm/f1.8 lens, with circular polarizer and ND filter, shot outdoors with available light. Processed in 2021 with a dry brush artistic effect.
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June 22nd, 2021
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