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Canon Digital Rebel EOS Xli with 28-80mm f 3.5-5.6 Canon EF lens, f 11, 1/320th sec, FL 28mm, ISO 200
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I shot this image of a mesquite tree in the Tonto National Forest North of Cave Creek, Arizona. I converted the image to the monochrome image using Photomatix Pro 5. I am fascinated at the adaptations desert plants make in order to insure their survival in the harsh conditions they face. The trees tend to be short, leaves tend to be small in order to conserve precious water. What an amazing world.

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This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License

My name is Roger Passman. I live in Illinois and, in the winter, Arizona. My interest in photography began at age 13 when the magic of photography as I developed my first roll of film in a darkroom lit by a red bulb; as the image appeared I was hooked. Over the years I learned to see not merely to look. I currently shoot with Canon cameras processing with HDR techniques allowing me to re-present what I see.

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Comments

  • Albert
    Albert11 months ago

    your best one…………

  • Roger Passman
    Roger Passman11 months ago

    Thanks Albert

  • leonie7
    leonie710 months ago

    This is just so beautiful Roger a stuning B&W Capture amazing detail and light well done love it lee

  • Thanks lee :-)

    – Roger Passman

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clark10 months ago

    Beautiful!!!

  • Thank you Carolyn :-)

    – Roger Passman

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