Thanks very much, Cecily. I have actually taken several pictures out there during spring and winter, but somehow the ones from autumn turned out to be the best. I'll probably go back for some more next week
Such weaves and twists characteristic of willow In our city there is a very beautiful place, where the trunks and branches and in taking the most unexpected and unusual shapes, they seem frozen in a dance.
Yeah- our winter isnt very inspiring either. No snow and not horribly cold but normal peoples standards (us true southerners freeze around 50 degrees.. LOL) But everything just sort of turns brown for 3 months.. LOL
But after Autumn comes Winter, and that's a completely different story. Not exactly my favourite season with everything covered in frost, snow and ice. If I could, I would gladly spend those three months somewhere in the tropics
beautiful. I love when some trees live after they fall. I like this angle better than the others, you can see the leaves at the bottom of the lake/river and still clearly see the tree and it's reflection. Great work!