In The Cornfield

Posted by Nina Lea Photography (Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States) on 18 December 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Enjoyed an entire Saturday to myself, out scouting some old and new spots. These are my two favorite trees in a local park - it's a trek through swampy land and loads of picker bushes, but so worth it. I've photographed them before, here.

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Twojays from Montana, United States

Like this image with it's subtle tints and mood of the dry resting season. The simple elements stand out so quietly. The single tree is a watcher, a supervisor. (Can't think of the word) My Cockatoo must stand higher than anything else in the room, even the plants, and will trim the higher ones down if allowed to roam unsupervised.

18 Dec 2011 3:13pm

Sam from Chennai, India

Wonderful composition. Yes, it is a very beautiful tree. Love it. :)

19 Dec 2011 3:36pm

Sam from Chennai, India

And a great sky. A lovely frame ... :)

19 Dec 2011 3:37pm

Ranita Imposible from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Fantastic photograph!

19 Mar 2012 9:31am

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