The University of Florida in Gainesville has become one of our usual stops on our Florida trips over the last few years. It is a pretty nice place to walk around for a little while.
On this trip as we were driving to the bookstore, Laura happened to see a sign that said, “Conservation Area,” and it looked like there was a trail through it. So we walked back down that way and found the Reitz Ravine Woods Conservation area, which is adjacent to the Reitz Union.
And there was indeed a trail through it. Part of it was paved, part of it was dirt, and part of it was an elevated boardwalk. Just our kind of thing.
Once we had gone through the trail and were making our way back to the bookstore, I saw this view and I thought the juxtaposition of the light pole against the trees and Spanish moss was nice. And I like saying “juxtaposition” whenever I can, too.
About the Photo
Three exposures (-2, 0, +2) tonemapped in Photomatix, edited in PaintShop Pro. Read more about the photo software I use and my camera gear.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm
Shutter speeds: 1/60, 1/250, 1/15
Focal length: 10mm