Live oaks have quickly become one of my favorite photographic subjects, and I've only just started photographing them as of this trip to South Carolina. They are not an easy subject, with sprawling limbs all over the place, but the spanish moss hanging from them adds such interesting and complex texture. This was a transcendent morning at ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge, with the dawn sun shining through fog, putting the background trees in an eerie glow. There's a lot in this photograph, and this image would probably look best in as large a print size as you could possibly handle; big enough to look like you could walk into the scene itself.
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