David Alaniz Photography

Natures turn…….

Brazos Bend State Park – Treasure Hunt

Unlike past trips my goal was to hurry and cover other areas of the park that I rarely venture.  Not an easy task with so much to see and photograph.  I simply had to make myself stop and move on.  Just like being on a treasure hunt.

Nikon D800, 105mm, 0.6’s, f/11, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 0.6’s, f/11, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 1/60s, f/11, Ev +0.67, ISO 200, flash (I’ve posted this one before – taken that morning)

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 1/25’s, f/5.6, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 1/40’s, f/5.6, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 1/40’s, f/5.6, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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Nikon D800, 105mm, 1/40’s, f/5.6, Ev +0.67, ISO 200

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4 responses to “Brazos Bend State Park – Treasure Hunt

  1. THONG TRAN October 10, 2014 at 5:25 pm

    David,you can come to take a pictures Okinawa drum show at Outdoormilertheater.Houston,it is free.

  2. Tim Timmis October 11, 2014 at 8:25 am

    Very cool macro shots David. I like the interaction on the last shot.

  3. Doug Haass October 12, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Very nice selection of shots David. Love the macro stuff. You got a sweet shot of the praying mantis too. Like that wide shot of the deer.

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