Thursday, March 12, 2009

Tree

13 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Superb. It reminds me of Eliot Porter prints somehow.

Malyss said...

I love those lines, they make me think of a chinese writing in the landscape..Wonderful shot!

brattcat said...

I agree, the curve of the wall and the diagonal of the tree have such a quiet elegance.

C said...

I agree with brattcat. Kudos.

Cezar and Léia said...

"I think the universe is the result of a wish.One day you'll see that behind all these myriad of stars and galaxies is a hidden intention." (Jostein Gaarder)

No wishing to philosophize too much, but still philosophy,it is impossible not face such a wonderful landscape.Amazing picture! Perhaps the life and people,sometimes the path should be diverted or bypassed,in order to achieve a higher goal, an achievement most valued and perfect, a life more full and happy! Again ... beautiful picture!
Kind Regards
Léia

hi, i'm nancy! said...

man, you're GOOD.

Gresham Photo Blog said...

so simple and pretty.

Jacob said...

Love the lines and the B&W.

slim said...

This is another beautiful b+w . . . great eye for this artistic composition.

George Townboy said...

I stepped on glass in the Public Garden when I was 12, cut my foot, and leaned against a (that?) tree until 'they' came to take me to Mass General. LOL

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

stunning. definitely postcard or poster perfect. And, in answer to your question, yes Spring Training baseball tickets are $26 apiece and I have tickets on the fourth row right over the dugout before first base. A great location. The atmosphere is more festive so it is always fun to go to a game. I am glad you liked the baseball photos.

Juergen Kuehn said...

Very elegant in black & white.

Tash said...

this is a superb photo! - ditto on brattcat's comment.