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(September 21–25, 2005)

Mickael Therer

Famine relief

Christopher K. Talbot

The Day After the Storm

Nacogdoches, Texas, USA

September 25 ,2005 5:15pm Local time

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© 2005 Christopher K. Talbot, All Rights Reserved.

This panorama event came when East Texas was preparing for a massive display of nature's energy. Luckily, a lot of that energy was lost by the time it got up to my house. Still, an incredible amount of force is necessary to split a tree in two different directions, as happened here. On 20 acres of woods, 23 trees were felled by the storm, several of which are visible in this lakeside photograph.
Nikon D100, 20MM 2.8, PTMac 3.1Beta, nona, enblend, Mac G5 Dual 1.8

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