Hillside Oak Posted on January 10, 2013 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Trees Tagged B/W, branches, field, Galaxy SIII, London, oak, photography, shape, silhouette, trunk 14 Comments A beautiful, old oak tree stands out against the clear, late day January sky. © Sheila Creighton 2013 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Black and white..Beautiful!!
thanks very much. B/W is great.
thanks. the low angle helped for that.
simple and strong!
thanks mimo… just like me! 🙂
Wonderful! Just like you 🙂
ahh, thanks eremophila.. and you as well my dear!
I wonder what it sees and thinks
lots of change but still a field around him as a buffer… it would be neat to know. trees certainly have a whole lot more going on than most people think.
Well done. This reminds me of the iconic “An oak tree in winter” by Fox Talbot.
thanks! I absolutely love photographing trees, especially their bare bones and in B/W and oaks have such great form.
Love this! Shout out to a fellow SWO photog, too 🙂
thanks Rachel! right back at ya fellow photog 🙂