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Dave Albright

Greenbriar Lake Part 1

Dave Albright

East Texas Piney Woods

Lake Palestine, near Tyler, Texas, USA

September 19, 2011, 3:18 pm (-6 UTC)

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© 2011 Dave Albright, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The Piney Woods is sometimes referred to as East Texas or Deep East Texas. The Piney Woods region is so named because much of the region is covered by tall pine tree forests. The Piney Woods region is where the Texas Oil Boom began, in towns like Kilgore, Longview and Marshall Texas.

You can see the Spanish influence in the Piney Woods region in towns like Nagodoches, which began as a Spanish fort in the 1700s.

The Piney Woods have a lot of lakes, including Caddo Lake, which is the only natural lake in Texas. Lake Palestine is near Tyler Texas. The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center is in Athens Texas in the Piney Woods region.
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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 13' 45.61" N
Long: 95° 27' 17.08" W

Elevation: 455 feet above Mean Sea Level (MSL)

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Equipment

Canon 500D (T1i)
Sigma 8 f/3.5
Slik Monopod
Fanotec Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 Ring Mount PanoHead
Raw images 4 at +5° tilt
Adobe Raw Converter 6.6.0.261
Adobe Photoshop CS5 12.0.4 x32
PTGui Pro 9.1.2
Pano2VR 3.1.2
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