This is a low quality scanned image showing the Zapata swamp, I'm uploading whatever today. The swamps are situated in the southern Matanzas province of Cuba. Within the swamps live over 900 autochthonous plant species, 175 species of birds, 31 species of reptiles and over 1000 species of invertebrates. It is also visited by 65 species of birds during their migration pattern from north America through the Caribbeans to south America. Source : wiki. Scanned shot
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pajaran (59513) 2014-06-29 22:54
Interesantan tekst o mocvari sa opisom ...
Dobra perspektiva, lepo pokazan deo mocvare.
Imajte lep i uspesan dan, sve najbolje u novoj nedelji koja je pocela, srecno.
An interesting article about the swamp with a description ...
Good perspective, nicely shown part of the swamp.
Have a nice and successful day, all the best in the new week that started, good luck.
Silvio1953 (140815) 2014-06-30 11:06
Ciao Miguel, lovely composition, excellent perspective and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Noel_Byrne (30487) 2014-06-30 12:47
There is a dark tone to this image which makes the place eel threatening, just as I imagine swamps to be. I have never really been to one before, so it's all built on images rom tv, but this sets very well with my probably incorrect notions of such places. A great head on viewpoint with excellent lead line of the water.
Thanks as always
ikeharel (69827) 2014-07-02 7:39
Chosen a POV with good symetry, Miguel, but you must care more about the clarity and sharpness.
Good DOF with a boat cruising on far.
Have a nice evening,
*** The bare tree on my picture is no longer there - one day I came to this garden and only a chopped trunk remain.
jmdias (63412) 2014-07-09 1:41
despite the bad conditions of the image I liked its framing with diagonals and the information it brings.
berek (49702) 2015-06-21 8:16
I want to swim enter into this picture. perfect perspective. Congratulations.
Antares (0) 2016-03-03 8:36
Zapata swamps and the Everglades in Florida look quite similar, one would think you were in an adventure movie! regards