This past week I visited Key Vista Park. It is part of the Pasco County Park system. What I like about this park is that it has an usual terrain than most of the surrounding area. The park is situated on a bluff adjacent to Sand Bay, with Rocky Creek bordering it on the north. Ancolte Key can be seen from the beach area. It reminds me of California.
On this trip I took my time and concentrated on the woods and fallen trees. A tripod allowed for a more studied approach to shooting.
This tree had been cut by park crews after it had fallen. Its position in relation to other downed tree created lines that were interesting. A feature in the Photoshop CS5 mimics the HDR effect.
Key Vista Park is forested and there is a sign on the bulletin board advising anyone encountering a black bear to call the park service.
Rocky creek has a lagoon and that day I arrived at low tide.
Though I was only there for a short time, it was great photographing this beautiful park.