Pam J

Pam J

Posted on 07/21/2013


Photo taken on January 24, 2013


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Winter Sun 24-1-13

Winter Sun 24-1-13
I love Winter trees and how they define the "bones" of the landscape. This beautiful sky pre-empted a snowfall.

David Michael, raingirl, Esther, Ceropegia and 13 other people have particularly liked this photo


29 comments - The latest ones
Bob Ottey
Bob Ottey
Superbly Composed Silhouette Study Pam Most Definite Fav Kindest Regards Bob.
5 years ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Exceptional composition!
5 years ago.
Ron Hanko
Ron Hanko
Gorgeous shot, Pam, and perfectly composed.
5 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou Sueael , Bob , William and Ron ... it was one of those rare times when the end result exceeded the expectation !
5 years ago.
milvavr
milvavr
a great shot!! love the colors and the silhouettes of the branches!!
5 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou Tim !
5 years ago.
Janet Brien
Janet Brien
Love this, Pam!! I call them "tree skeletons"! :D They are beautiful though, I love them as much as you do. Such wonderful silhouettes they make.

LOL, I LOVED the name you chose for the orbweaver!! :D It will be fun to choose her name in a couple of days!
5 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou Janet ! I am a Winter person. We lost prime trees in the awful drought... this is the "daughter" tree of the Black Walnut we have lost to the drought.
5 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou Monica !
5 years ago.
askyog
askyog
:) wonderful winter mood
5 years ago.
Pam J has replied to askyog
Thankyou askyog !
5 years ago.
John McKay
John McKay
Love this shot Pam, silhouette's of leafless trees always work for me.
4 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou John !

I love to see the "bones" of the landscape.... trees in winter... hedges.. drystone walls... that are what Nature uses to drape the landscape upon.
4 years ago.
Frank Roolooth
Frank Roolooth
Gorgeous shot. It looks like the man in the moon is trying to hide a smile behind those branches.
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Frank Roolooth
Thankyou Frank !

It was actually the winter Sun going down.. but could have easily been the Moon !
4 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou David...

Its still one of my own favourites !
4 years ago.
NGC300
NGC300
Wonderful composition.

PS: You might want to view this www.ipernity.com/doc/ngc300/35824313 :-)
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Thankyou NGC !
3 years ago.
H C
H C
Beautiful shot.
3 years ago.
Ceropegia
Ceropegia
A stunning, dramatic image!
3 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Ceropegia
Thankyou Ceropegia !
3 years ago.
Esther
Esther
Terrific capture, both of the tree and the moon behind.
14 months ago.
Pam J has replied to Esther
Thankyou Esther.

I still love this photo and its sad to say that the tree died because of the dreadful drought years that caught up with it. About 12 feet of the stump trunk is left but that will go one day.
14 months ago.
raingirl
raingirl
I love this photo. I felt it was the moon - no matter, a celestial object bringing us joy. That it is in color but has basically no color is very appealing with the subject.

I'd love to have this in my group 'naturey crap - crappy nature' (name explained on group page) - if you feel like it.

Found and enjoyed in your album "The Photos I Love"
9 months ago. Edited 9 months ago.
Pam J has replied to raingirl
Thankyou Laura !

Even more evocative now as that beautiful tree succumbed to the drought and is no more except about 15 feet of trunk. We miss her

I would be honoured.. I will find the group
9 months ago.
raingirl has replied to Pam J
thanks for adding the photo! i really love it. so sad to loose trees. we have many here, but still i morn the loss of each one that comes down.
9 months ago.
David Michael
David Michael
great winter sky behind the stark , skeletal fingers reaching out to it
9 months ago.
Pam J has replied to David Michael
Thankyou David !
9 months ago.