Tangled roots and crimson tide by peterdegraaff

Tangled roots and crimson tide

The bottom lake, the Broadwater (Myall Lakes National Park), is 22 kms upstream from the sea but is still brackish with the tide. The water looked crimson with the tannin that has flushed out of the mountain catchments into the lake with the summer rains.

Casuarina forest near White Bay where the roots are entangled by the water's edge.
Beautiful Shot - Very Nice!
December 27th, 2011  
Interesting and lovely shot. The contrast in colours is great.
December 27th, 2011  
Love the patterns from the roots and all the color!
December 27th, 2011  
Great capture! Love the texture and color in this! Glad it's NOT a real crimson tide though! That would NOT be good at all!
December 27th, 2011  
This is beautiful, too.
December 27th, 2011  
Nice work here too.
December 27th, 2011  
Another amazing picture!
December 27th, 2011  
This is quite lovely
December 27th, 2011  
Have never seen tannin in the water like this . . actually, it's gorgeous. Seems to make the water glow. Wonderful photo and processing.
December 28th, 2011  
Love the colour contrast ... this one is a dynamic image. Nice!
December 28th, 2011  
That amber colour really sets off the whole scene and makes it remarkable - stunning!
December 28th, 2011  
Great capture.
December 28th, 2011  
Those trees have quite an interesting root pattern. and the water has a unusua color..very pretty to look at...it stands right out.
December 30th, 2011  
Very interesting - with all the elements together, you've got a stunning picture!
December 31st, 2011  
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