Western Sycamore at Dry Creek

I really love the western sycamore trees.

They have a very light colored bark and grow in the riparian areas of a landscape. All to often they are nice to look at but get lost in the confusion of the other trees by the watercourse.

In this case the tree has some separation from its surroundings so that it can be savored as a singular entity rather then as a part of a complex tangle of branches...

I found this tree in the Dry Creek end of Garin park in Union City. It is early in the season and the trees have not even developed buds much less leaves.

This is a 25 megapixel image made from several frames of Canon 5D Mark II data shot with the 24-105mm lens.

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15x15"

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