Thanks for the appreciation Caleb
Nikon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G ED-IF AFS DX
or if you take the road that your photo's on, east to the next valley, it sits at the base of Greene Mt.
another great catch! I like your gallery!
From where i was standing there was 20' of water during Katrina. Those shrubs are Iva and Baccharis shrubs are about 5' while the floor of New Orleans varies from about +5' to -15' relative to sea level. This is the direction floodwaters came. Years ago, the view of the city would have been eclipsed by a vast cypress swamp capable of reducing wave energies and storm surge toward the city. I hear the story of a man who witnessed Camille in 1969 and heard waves crashing in the cypress near his home on the Levee near Ames. directly between this point and the city of New Orleans there is a river siphon, I've visited the area extensively and am certain within 10 years there will be a willow wood in this image.
Here you find the flower