A new lens of mine is opening up a whole new world. The above shot was taken with an 8-15mm lens, which means it can capture a 180-degre scene, or pretty much from side to side.
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I have loved the majestic oak tree that is in the woods on the left side of the road leading into the Ruins ever since I first ventured to this piece of Claiborne County. But I had always been frustrated at not being able to capture the majesty of the tree. Until now.
To me, it is worth venturing down to Windsor Ruins just to walk underneath this magnificent tree. It has been around for a long, long time and has been a sentinel to Windsor Ruins for many a year.
This oak is located on the other side of the road at the entrance to Windsor Ruins.