North West Jungle

I really like all the moss on the trees and buildings in many parts of the Pacific North West. It is so abundant, lush and green. I was doing some hiking on the Bainbridge Island and saw many cool ‘jungly’  areas in the forest. The problem with forest and daylight sun is that there is so much contrast when it comes to photography and reproducing actually what you see there with your naked eye is so much harder in digital form.

Thanks for stopping by! And as always, it looks much better in high resolution – just click on it!

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12 Responses to North West Jungle

  1. It is an amazing life form…regeneration at its best and yet dismissed by so many as an untidy tangle in need of a good tidy up!

  2. Madoqua says:

    Fantastic mix of growth- great photo!

  3. That is some dense jungle of moss and greenery. Outstanding Photo …!!!!

  4. John says:

    Not someplace to get lost. Such growth!!

  5. You are so right about trying to reproduce what your eye sees and what the photo reflects. Still I love the photos you produce, I suspect you get it right more often than not.

  6. The only thing missing is tropical heat.

  7. How fantastically primordial -great pic!

  8. bluebrightly says:

    It’s hard to make this tangle of vegetation look like anything coherent, but you sure did that! Really nice!

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