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Because these trees close to a football fireld so you can see this at a foggy night! 因為這是一個足球場旁邊的樹，大霧的晚上，可以看到這樣的奇景，哈哈 恐怖片鏡頭
very cold winter morning .... close to the river Naab / Bavaria / Oberpfalz..... one of my favorite trees....
In the shade of this old tree in the summer of my dreams
By the tall grass by the wild rose where the trees dance as the wind blows
As the days go oh so slowly as the sun shines oh so holy
On the good and gracious green in the summer of my dreams
Wish you all a wonderful weekend !!!
Have a great Thursday,my dear flickr-friends!
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Langdale Tree, a shot going back nearly 2 years ago at a time when i was going through a serious illness and this was a shot i took about 3 weeks before a major operation. It still sticks in my head i shouldn't really have been out in such bad weather but i am still glad i did. Langdales, Lake District, Cumbria.
25th Feb 2010
Sony Alpha A700
Exposure 1/10 Second
Hitech Hard Grad 0.6
Processed in CS5, Lightroom
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Oak tree HDR at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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Lonely Tree was photographed in a barren fields of Middletown, Delaware. Photograph was aged and a grain effect was added using Photoshop. Photographed by Melissa Fague.
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A closeup of my previous post of the tree at Old St Mellons, in Cardiff.
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Just trees....................,just fog................,just what I like :)
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Looks good on black,press L ;)
Three trees in a field near my house. Fineliner and watercolour in Moleskine sketchbook.
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Explore #20 May 21 2009
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We're getting snow showers tonight, but I know it won't last because it's Spring!.... I think ; )
9" x 12"
We've been visiting some festivals and traveling the foothills of North Carolina enjoying the incredibly glorious weather! Temps in the 70s (cool for me!) sunshine, blue skies, and the changing colors of the hills and valleys. Though I learned to 'toss' paint (splatter) from Karlyn Holman several years ago, I wanted to apply that technique to masa. Since the initial washes are painted on Masa while the paper is soaking wet, doing so caused the colors to merge differently than on dry paper ... I enjoyed the difference in method and really love how masa adds a challenge as well as different look to similiar methods of painting.
The trees along the NC/VA border are more muted than this painting, but here and there, when we turn one of those many switchbacks or gaze over the valleys to the mountains, we were struck by the colors that can be seen. Oaks are turning wine red, tulip poplars, sycamore and the like are moving from yellow to gold, and the numbers of acorns we found on some of our walks predict a mighty cold, hard winter!
We visited the Horne Creek Farm Corn Shucking Festival yesterday. The gates opened at 10 am and by 10:20 am when we arrived, the parking lot was almost filled and folks were parking anywhere they could find a space. History came to life as volunteers rendered sorghum into molasses, natural plants into dyes, corn cobs into kernals. Music and dancing, food, including old Southern apples (drying, frying, being made into cider and apple butter) and sweet potato pies, brought the farmstead to life. Horse and wagon rides, pumpkins and hay bales, colorful woodlands, flowing creeks, and tons of children seemed to make the day 'fall festive.' I don't know that I have seen a small festival so extraordinarily well attended! Fun!
C revisited the 'jam' group we had met a few months ago when we came up this way for a vacation ... even then, they seemed like old friends. In the town, one of the retired teachers held a small art show for some of her students, and the community all pitched in for the reception. Each artist - hobbiest, professional - from oil to photography to acryllic to sculpture - won a trophy.
I do LOVE small town living!
I've painted a bit from the car, as well one can on winding roads, and just enjoyed the relaxing scenery and time away.
I hope the rest of your weekend is grand!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1WN788Pefg - Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp Minor - Moonlight
"Quiet is peace. Tranquility. Quiet is turning down the volume control on life." ~ Khaled Hosseini
Taken as I taught a photography class at North Park Village Nature Center, Chicago.
Texture by Dyrk.Wyst - www.flickr.com/photos/dyrkwyst/
This tree is just waiting for her death,as a part of our so called devolopements... A painful shot from a huge land near Mangalore,which will be goin to convert Another MALL or Royal aptments...........Reality show organising by Land mafia, co- sponsored by Real estate lobby
Trees and Shadows. Taken today with my Great Hassel hybrid camera.
My cold and cough got the best of me yesterday and I spent the day resting.... these trees were all I could muster. I'm feeling a bit better, but with that restlessness that comes from being a bit under the weather.
I'm heading to work today - there's much to do. If I grow too tired, I'll head back home, but I'll rest better knowing I completed some obligations that are due.
Take care and have a great week!
check out the new challenge at The Award Tree ~ The Misty Trees
I do like this old tree. If it wasn't for the bleedin fence it would be a prime candidate for a night shot with stars.
A tree on a foggy morning on the campus of the University of Texas at Tyler.
I live in a northern climate, and our trees have no leaves for 5 to 6 months out of the year. So you begin to appreciate them in a whole different light when they are barren and stand-alone against the harshness of the winter cold.
Texture by Distressed Jewell