A Tree Askew


My computer has been down for a few days so I haven’t been able to post or visit your blogs. Everything’s fixed now and I’m working on catching up. I’ll be posting the rest of the old house series this week but I thought I’d throw in something a little less gloomy.

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  1. cary says:

    Very interesting angle. yes, it is less gloomy, but no less enjoyable.

  2. Jennifer says:

    Great shot. And congratulations.

  3. Gary says:

    nice one, still confused after staring at it!

  4. pixibition says:

    beautiful shadow and light here:-)

  5. Brett Admire says:

    great angel/composition and i love the color and tone. I added you to my bookmarks

  6. great lighting and mood – how u made this subject interestingis a wonder – but I really love it – created an image out of nothing – which is really hard to do – great stuff

  7. micki says:

    Love the tilt on the left part of the photo, and the dancing sunlight around the tree.

    Congrats on the win!!

  8. SteveO says:

    Very interesting angle, quite disorientating really. Lovely light too.

  9. leeroy says:

    I have no idea how you make the light work so beautifully, but keep it up! That dappled sun is incredible.

  10. KK says:

    oh wow, fantastic perspective and lighting. If this is natural light then brilliant capture!

  11. the play between the light and shadow here is great, the play on perspective is icing on the cake.

  12. you handled this well, turned the ordinary into…this.

  13. ROB says:

    My first reaction was; looks like a big foot. Nice in all that lush green.

  14. ian says:

    Something about the colour in this – Really enjoyed this shot.

  15. The lighting and shadows are terrific. I don't know how you got that angle, but it really makes a very unusual photo. Love it!

  16. Caryn says:

    Fascinating.

  17. tetsu says:

    Beautiful contrast!

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