Western Hemlock Grove. Olympic Peninsula
Photograph - Outdoor Bw Photo
A grove of western hemlock trees on the Olympic Peninsula of the state of Washington, USA, provides welcome shade and a spectacular view across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Canada, barely visible here.
The tall western hemlock is Washington’s state tree, and very important for both lumber and paper pulp. Hemlocks typically live about 400 to 500 years, and these beautiful trees are well-established. This peaceful scene, uncropped and rendered in black and white monochrome, would be considered (literally) an evergreen image, for it will never go out of style.
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Nikon D80, Nikkor 50mm/f1.8 lens, with circular polarizer and ND filter, shot outdoors with available light. No sky, no people.
Outdoor Black and White Photo. Botanicals, Scenery, Landscapes, Olympic Peninsula
June 20th, 2021
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