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Trees in the eveninglight in BW is always a special sight! Although this photo is made low contrast the trees Always keep their black appearance against the sky.
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Trees reach into the cloudy, overcast sky on a cold winter day in Tyler, Texas.
Windswept trees cling to the side of cliffs overlooking the Golden Gate along the Coastal Trail at San Francisco’s Lands End.
These trees really caught my driving through Herefordshire, the winter crop just starting to grow so fresh and green!
THANK YOU ALL MY KIND FLICKR FRIENDS. YOUR COMMENTS AND INVITATIONS ARE VERY MOTIVATING AND APPRECIATED.
GRACIAS A TODOS MIS AMABLES AMIGOS DE FLICKR. SUS COMENTARIOS, INVITACIONES Y FAVORITOS, SON MUY MOTIVANTES Y APRECIADOS
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Querétaro - México.
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Some kind of fluffy topping to these trees lit up a treat in the dawn light.
Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm
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The tree at Michaelstone-y-Fedw with late afternoon shadows
51°33'14.62"N 3° 5'13.85"W
Eventually found this tree tunnel! Apparently it's in the Ashdown Forest 🤔... Don't believe the lies people!! This is in Halnaker, Chichester!
This lane follows an ancient track along the route of Stane Street, the London to Chichester Roman road. Over the years many have walked along this route forming a hollow way, where the path has sunk down, worn away by centuries of footfall.
The pine is the dominant tree of my region present in most forested areas. The plantation has begun for many years and for economic reasons, especially for timber and resin used as raw material for diverse products. The pines are also dangerous, because they drop needle-shaped leaves covering the ground with a "carpet" of leaves (as seen in the photo), which are very flammable and one of the main reasons of fires in the region.
A beautiful, lonely tree at the beach of Vourvourou, Chalcidice, Greece.
Found a fantastic woodland full of strange and amazing trees
This tree went down in a summer storm a few years ago. Now it looks like a tree man standing out in our field. Especially in a snow storm like the one we had yesterday.
Oak tree HDR at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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Perspective of a small forest, Serra da Estrela, Portugal
One of my most photographed trees on one of the rare winter mornings last year.
Einer meiner meistfotografierten Bäume an einem der seltenen Wintermorgen letztes Jahr.
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THE MOST PHOTOGRAPHED TREE IN THE WORLD. THE LONE CYPRESS IS LOCATED IN PEBBLE BEACH, CALIFORNIA. WE VISITED THERE ON MAY 12TH AND TOOK THE 17-MILE DRIVE
The 17-Mile Drive is a scenic road through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula in California, much of which hugs the Pacific coastline and passes famous golf courses, mansions and scenic attractions.
Resilience is the ability of an object or an individual to withstand hardships. The lone cypress that stands on the cliff along the 17 mile drive truly symbolizes resilience. While all the Monterey cypress tress lining the coast are native to the region, and thus a rarity in themselves, this tree is extremely special. It has not only braved the ocean winds for about 250 years, but has also endured and survived a fire in 1984. I imagine it holding on to its crutches of metal wires, standing upright with pride, as onlookers make it popular through their lenses.
This tree was beautiful backlit on a clear and glorious winter morning.
This towering, neighborhood tree stands on a vacant lot dwarfing the other trees around it. I often wonder what stories it could tell and how it came to dominate the horizon, defying storms and the sawblade. It has a covering of new leaves now, which gives me hope that my country and our democracy will endure through this time of "Trumpian" darkness.
"Trees are sanctuaries, whoever learns how to listen to them, can learn the truth."
~ Herman Hesse
"Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong.
~ Winston Churchill
This tree is called "Mathu" in Japan.
From Koishikawa Korakuen Japanese Garden, Tokyo.
Experimenting with intentional camera movement (icm).
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To such an extent does nature delight and abound in variety that among her trees there is not one plant to be found which is exactly like another; and not only among the plants, but among the boughs, the leaves and the fruits, you will not find one which is exactly similar to another.
Leonardo da Vinci