A lonely sycamore grove
Out in the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge where I’ve been taking my daily walks, there is a river — I use that term loosely because if you saw what we call a river, you’d laugh your head off — running through the place. It’s the Sweetwater River. Since there is some water in it, there are some river bottom trees growing along it, such as willows, cottonwoods, and sycamores. I came across a small sycamore grove yesterday which made a beautiful picture with the morning sun shining on it. I took two pictures and had Photoshop merge them:
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Posted on December 13, 2012, in Flora, Mother & Father Nature, Photos, Picture of the Moment and tagged san diego national wildlife refuge pictures, sycamore pictures. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.