One of my favourite trees, she didn't lose her leaves due to an early deep freeze. This light, from an impending storm, picked up on the rusty reddish leaves and turned them into this magnificent colour
Kelly, that was quick. Thank you, so much, for your very generous comments. I am thrilled you like this. Have you unpacked. I hope you're taking time for yourself. I do think about you, especially now the snow geese are arriving. Maybe next year?Thank KellyCatIt's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see ~ Henry David Thoreau
#2 Sat March 13, 2010 4:52am
This is one of those pictures that scream to be enlarged big as possible so you can put it on the wall and go on and on exploring through those branches.
Oh Cat, we are lost for words!......such beauty you have captured, the colours are amazing against that dark stormy sky.....there is not enough adjectives to describe this incredible image.....collision of light is so right, breathtakingly beautiful!...... top shelf image!....Alan & Ros
Quick... ??? You bet!!! When I first saw the mini... I was instantly drawn to it.
It was the first I responded to... or the second because Bob posted a very, very lovely & moving biblical message. (That held/holds sooo much Truth in them.)
As to AM I *Unpacked.... Lmao ... I wish!
Lol, I'm still here... trying to unpack these somewhat 350 boxes, that arrived in the Sea Cargo. And that's *not including the furniture! Yikes!!!
Tried taking a wee break for some captures yesterday (shoulder muscles are burning today, due to over doing it... I think). And today, I have a crew of 9 men here... I very anxious to be amounst a veggie-garden/flower's/scents and color to engulf me Missed that the most while living in the Middle East... and I know Paul would be smiling from Heaven... in knowing... I'm tending his material possesions with pride... and in knowing he'd be *pleased.
Next yr. It will be Snow Geese but I may drop in once things on this side settle down abit! Hi to Terry too!
Ooh! Thank you everybody. I am truly overwhelmed by the comments, and so happy you all like this. This is the same tree I photographed in a snowstorm, page 6 in my gallery 'alone in the storm'CatIt's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see ~ Henry David Thoreau