A live oak is awesome and majestic. It's reach is as wide as it is tall. It allows just enough light through its canopy for some ground brush, but not too much for fear that something might interfere. Its bark is weathered and aged, but its leaves are young and full of life. Why do they call it a live oak? Because as soon as it drops its leaves in winter, new leaves are ready to take center stage leaving the live oak in full dress all year long.
Nikon Z6, FTZ with 17-35 mm, 17mm, 1/60 sec, f/13 ISO 100
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts and North Fort Myers, FL. I take photographs almost every day. I post my favorites here.