Growing Strong Posted on October 16, 2014 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Light Tagged copyright, fall, field, grass, light, London, magical, maple, moody, morning, Ontario, photography, sunbeams, tree, woods 10 Comments A young sugar maple longs to be part of the woods. © Sheila Creighton 2014 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Great shot, it has this dreamy feel to it
thanks very much, dziunka!
Great photo – love the light!
thanks, Kathy – I make a point of stopping now anytime I see the right light!
It shouldn’t worry….those gazillions of maple whirlybirds all around this time of year may make it it’s own forest….
yes, that is so true and we’re going to give it a hand. We are creating a new woodland and in the not too distant future we’ll be doing a naturalization planting around it to extend the existing woodland 🙂
Beautiful picture, Sheila, lovely composition (the triangle of mown grass bottom right really adds to it, the picture would be less successful if the rough grass extended down to the lower right corner), and the backdrop, with those shafts of light and misty autumnal leaves, is just heavenly! The more I look at this, the more I like it. Adrian
thanks, Adrian. I liked the angles and the mown grass represents the influence of ‘man’. This is an area where we are creating a new forest around existing woodland and this little tree (obviously planted) is part of it.
Or, maybe he wants to be a strong independent stand out when he grows up!! 😉
maybe….but trees like to be together.. 🙂