These are cool, Elk ~ and that last photo reminds me of a quote Andrew Wyeth made once: "I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape. Something waits beneath it; the whole story doesn't show."
I like what you see.
Amazing beauty through the window and through your eyes!
I can so relate to your last photo as well :).Stay inspired!
yes! favorite way to SHOOT...through a window as i'm whipped along the way.
These are so very lovely. The bottom shot also have lovely undulations in the land.
Sooo lovely is your tree poetry in word & image today, Elk. So much I've always identified with tree... I see so much of myself in them. We are all one, aren't we? ;o) Happy Week, my friend ((HUGS))
you so beautifully rock the words with this image. again.
I can relate too:)and I love the feelingof whisking alongwarm and cozy insidewhile taking in the wild windsagainst treelinesbrushing sky.your photos and wordsrelax me deepand I thank you for this,Jennifer
You see things so beautifully:) It has been way too long since I have had a chance to stop and visit this beautiful spot...
oh, to have eyes to see when we are moving fast. blessings to you, too, friend. xox
Hi Elk,I share your love of trees. They are especially beautiful, bare branches and all - this time of year. Lovely captures!Have a great week:)
Lovely :) such perfect words - love the "lacy and gnarled" image.
Aren't these trees just gorgeous!
I'd give anything to find trees on a bare hill like that and have a camera in my hand :)
Silhouette tress are some of my most favourite things. Your images are stunning x x
I'm really loving that first image. I do love the bare trees against a winter sky.
Dreamy, and alone in a crowd.
yes. me, too :)i just love the way you see the world.
even the blur. part of your movement as the trees stand still. the lately gray skies make the trees seem . . . more sacred, somehow. as do your images, come to think of it.
Such beautiful...elegant..graceful trees. Love these winter landscapes!
I love this thought - that you and a camera offers an embrace. I love that.
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