Knobby Knees


It's all reflections, except for the knees. 
I am fascinated with these mysterious outcroppings.

Read an older post about  knees that I thought looked like apes  here

Want to know more about cypress knees?  Read this

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33 comments:

  1. I've never heard of cypress knees before. What a cool picture!

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  2. very cool. have never seen then in person.

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  3. Hi Terri, Hope you are having a good day. I love this picture and I also enjoyed the links and earlier photo. Interesting.

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  4. The reflections are outstanding! I don't think I've ever seen cypress knees - fascinating!

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  5. I love Cypress Knees. Dad made some into lamps back when you could harvest them.

    The picture is amazing and beautiful.

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  6. Oh now Terri that is something I have never seen or ever heard about thank you very cool. Hug B

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  7. I'm a fan of cypress knees, too and have even posted photos of them. I think some of them look like creatures coming out of the water!

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  8. Have never seen Cypress Knees - interesting photos!

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  9. I love the cypress knees here and had not idea you have them in your state... they are mysterious and beautiful

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  10. What a neat photo. We have a lot of those here in Florida but it's hard to get a good photo....they are always in dark places. Have a good week my friend!

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  11. Amazing! They really are interesting. Great photo - looks like a little fairy castle. :) Karen

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  12. Love your reflection photography......

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  13. So cool! Love those reflections!
    xo Catherine

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  14. Nature is so fascinating! I agree that your 'apes' are pretty awesome!

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  15. Very super cool photo.~
    I hear scary music in the back group like
    the swamp thing is going to pop out at any time !

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  16. they are awesome - i have always been fantasized by them. so neat!! ( :

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  17. Love the focus on the cluster as well as the reflections♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/familiar-winter-sighting/

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  18. Would it be too goofy of me to say that these are the bee's knees? Oops, too late!

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  19. I've never heard of cypress knees, so I'm glad to learn about them. Great photo!

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  20. I have always enjoyed looking at cypress knees. They make me happy, who knows why. You got some really great shots.

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  21. Very unusual. Thanks for the links.

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  22. I have never heard of cypress knees like so many other commenters. The article was fascinating and the relections are mesmerizing. Good Morning Terri!

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  23. Growing up with a cottage on the St. Johns River in the middle of Florida - we had cypress trees allllll along the river sides. Thank goodness for the trees and knees, in keeping the beach from washing away due to boat traffic. Grand Dad always said this is how the tree breathes, After reading the article - seems "they" aren't sure still what the knees have to do with the tree other than being a very important part of the life of the tree. Our knees only grew one to two feet above the water line.
    Nice shot!

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  24. that is an interesting Cypress knee link, I'd never heard of them before, mystical, magical and marvellous they are!

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  25. Great post and unique nature photos ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol

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  26. I love this post. Cypress trees are amazing. Thanks for sharing this.

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  27. They use to sell those knees in Florida at all the tourist traps. I believe it is illegal now.

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  28. Gosh that was interesting. I love your photos too!

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  29. I love cypress knees! They are fascinating, and your photo is great!

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  30. Wonderful shot! Love the cypress knees and the reflections!

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