Sumac Stand Posted on February 1, 2012 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Landscape Tagged London, Medway Creek, photography, snow, sumac, trees, winter 11 Comments This group of snowy sumac trees is located at Medway Creek, a place I enjoy walking my dog. © Sheila Creighton 2012 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Love the slightest hint of tan.
It’s really Narnia-like. I love the pencil-drawn quality to it.
thanks, yes fresh snow creates a magical site…. the high contrast gives it that almost black and white look.
thanks eremophila. and thanks for the reblog. is it supposed to show up as a link or do I need to do something?
Reblogged this on Eremophila’s Musings and commented:
Living in a mostly hot dry Continent, Australia, this is a sight I’m unlikely to experience myself, so I’ll have to content myself with admiring it from a distance.
Very beautiful – almost surreal – picture, Sheila! I could easily live with that on my living room wall.
And to me, it gets even better by cropping out the snow at the bottom of the frame – then its even more surreal. And its so near mono isn’t it? Excellent!!! Adrian
thanks Adrian. I thought about cropping it and have other views without the ground but actually I like the white area for contrast and context.
Not a pretty, warm, summery colour in sight … and I still think it’s beautiful. 😀
thanks – the way the sumac branches bend and twist is what I like the most about these trees.