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King Centerpiece

Uploaded by: chelina

Tuesday June 5, 2012

Bradenton, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Officially designated the largest Gumbo Limbo in the United States by the National Forests Association, the tree has been a centerpiece of the park since its inception. @ DeSoto National Memorial Park

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8. chelina
4:44 PM GMT on June 12, 2012
Thanks everyone, this Centerpiece stands on its own. This Beauty is protected because of its importance, so NO one is allowed to cross the barrier. :-)
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7. RenoSoHill
5:02 AM GMT on June 12, 2012
Don't have one of those on my deck!
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6. RADIORONRECORDING
4:24 AM GMT on June 12, 2012
OOOOO WEEEEE, THE OCTOPUS TREE! THOSE EMPTY ARMS JUST CRY OUT TO BE HELD. WHAT A WONDEROUS
CENTERPIECE. IT WAS MADE TO BE CLIMBED. I THINK CHUBBY CHECKERS COULD MADE A SONG ABOUT THIS TREE. I LOVE THE CONTRAST BETWEEN IT & THE LOVELY GREENERY. EASILY A '10' & U GET MY 'AC'. KEEP SENDING..THAT TREE JUST MIGHT GET HUGGED. LOVE & GUMBO LIMBOS
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5. observing
9:14 PM GMT on June 11, 2012
Love this.
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4. chelina
9:09 PM GMT on June 11, 2012
Thanks everyone for the great comments. Yes, Helen, I LOVE this TREE!!!
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3. got2dogs
3:16 AM GMT on June 11, 2012
great shot of an amazing tree!!
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2. MissKitty2
2:59 AM GMT on June 11, 2012
Don't you love this tree? I take a shot of it every time we go to the park. Love the composition on this image....it really shows off it's beauty. :)
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1. lnoonan
2:24 AM GMT on June 06, 2012
Great tree -- I love how the limbs are so close to the bottom. Your picture has such gorgeous shades of green and brown.
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chelina

A photograph is a message of life distilled and preserved for eternity. It conveys a statement, an impression, or an emotion. I am the author trying to convey this message in a way no words can, in a clear, concise, and effective way.My camera helps me capture moments of beauty, light, human expression, emotion, and the greatest of all...GOD's Masterpiece. I find myself looking at things in an entirely different way by trying to capture a moment and a feeling. To date I continue to be in awe of the vibrant life and beauty that surrounds us, thanks to MY GOD. There is so much to see, capture, and share. My goal is to take the viewer to a place they may never have the opportunity to visit and to share this wonderful world in which we live in. We turn to nature to nurture our faith. Many of us have had our most meaningful spiritual experiences in relationship to the environment. Beauty provokes us to transcend our concerns, shortcomings and conflicts. We have heard the voice of God in the woods and waterways, in bird songs or the remarkable delicacy of a flower. Nature reveals God's glory...(Psalm 19). I believe that photography is a form of communication. If it says something worthwhile to the viewers, then it's a success. Yes, I have loads of pictures, but I am always looking for more opportunities to take more photos and ways to improve my hobbie. I NEVER leave home without my camera.

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