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The Round Rock

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Dates

Taken on July 16, 2012 at 6.14PM PDT
Posted to Flickr July 25, 2012 at 9.31PM PDT

Exif data

Camera Nikon D800
Exposure 0.167 sec (1/6)
Aperture f/9.0
Focal Length 24 mm
Exposure Bias -5/3 EV
Flash Off, Did not fire
X-Resolution 600 dpi
Y-Resolution 600 dpi
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Software ViewNX 2.3 W
Date and Time (Modified) 2012:07:25 23:29:49
Artist Steven.P.Ng@gmail.com
YCb Cr Coefficients 0.299 0.587 0.114
YCbCr Positioning Centered
Reference Black White 0 255 0 255 0 255
Copyright Copyright @2012 by Steven Ng
Sensitivity Type Recommended Exposure Index
Gamma 2.2
Exposure Program Aperture-priority AE
Date and Time (Original) 2012:07:16 18:14:03
Date and Time (Digitized) 2012:07:16 18:14:03
Max Aperture Value 3.5
Metering Mode Multi-segment
Light Source Unknown
Sub Sec Time 80
Sub Sec Time Original 80
Sub Sec Time Digitized 80
Color Space Uncalibrated
Sensing Method One-chip color area
Custom Rendered Normal
Exposure Mode Auto
White Balance Auto
Digital Zoom Ratio 1
Focal Length (35mm format) 24 mm
Scene Capture Type Standard
Gain Control None
Contrast Normal
Saturation Normal
Sharpness Hard
Subject Distance Range Unknown
Maker Note Version 2.10
Nikon Capture Version ViewNX 2.3 W
NEFBit Depth n/a (JPEG)
GPS Version ID 2.3.0.0
GPS Latitude 30 deg 30' 47.14" N
GPS Longitude 97 deg 41' 21.82" W
GPS Map Datum WGS-84
Compression JPEG (old-style)
XMPToolkit XMP Core 4.1.1
Title The Round Rock
Subject Texas
Creator Steven Ng
Rights Copyright © 2012 by Steven Ng
Description It was a beautiful day after the much needed rain fall and I waited for the Brushy Creek water recede to the level and also the sun angle just right to capture the beauty of this piece of historic landmark of Round Rock..
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The history behind The Round Rock:.
A guide for Indians and early setters, this table-shaped stone in the middle of Brushy Creek once marked an important low-water wagon crossing. Hundred-year-old wheel ruts are still visible in the creek bottom. The rocky stream bed also provided building stone for pioneer homes. "Brushy Creek" post office was established in 1851 to serve the settlement that grew up near this natural ford..
At the urging of postmaster Thomas C. Oatts, it was renamed "Round Rock" in 1854. This name was retained when the town relocated alone the railroad in 1877..
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Round Rock landmarks.
24mm Tilt-shift lens.
CPL + ND8
Authors Position Photographer
Urgency 8 (least urgent)
Creator City Round Rock
Creator Country USA
Creator Address 8217 Fern Bluff Ave
Creator Postal Code 78681
Creator Region Texas
Creator Work Email steven.p.ng@gmail.com
Creator Work URL www.flickr.com/photos/steven_ng
Label Magenta
Rating 2
Rating Percent 25
Object Name The Round Rock
Keywords Texas "Hoya ND8" "Nikon CPL" "Table-shaped stone" "Brushy Creek" "Tilt Shift lens" "Nikon 24mm F/3.5D PC-E" "The Round Rock" "Round Rock" "Nikon D800"
Date Created 2012:05:28
By-line Steven Ng
By-line Title Photographer
Copyright Notice Copyright © 2012 by Steven Ng
Caption- Abstract It was a beautiful day after the much needed rain fall and I waited for the Brushy Creek water recede to the level and also the sun angle just right to capture the beauty of this piece of historic landmark of Round Rock..
.
The history behind The Round Rock:.
A guide for Indians and early setters, this table-shaped stone in the middle of Brushy Creek once marked an important low-water wagon crossing. Hundred-year-old wheel ruts are still visible in the creek bottom. The rocky stream bed also provided building stone for pioneer homes. "Brushy Creek" post office was established in 1851 to serve the settlement that grew up near this natural ford..
At the urging of postmaster Thomas C. Oatts, it was renamed "Round Rock" in 1854. This name was retained when the town relocated alone the railroad in 1877..
.
Round Rock landmarks.
24mm Tilt-shift lens.
CPL + ND8