This tree was photographed on the California Pacific Ocean coast in the Big Sur, looking out towards the Pacific Ocean. The image has been a favorite of mine, but for some reason it got mislaid or misfiled or… Read More
I believe that trees are almost – and very possibly actually – sentient beings. They are complex living organisms that respond to their environment. I often wonder what trees would say to us if we could communicate with… Read More
Back in the edited-watercolor-and-painterly mode of last month. I can’t say whether post-capture editing in this case creates a “new” image or an improved image or just a different image. The original tree was just as striking… Read More
This is a Larch bough. The larch tree is distinctive in that it’s a needle-bearing coniferous tree that is also deciduous, i.e. it drops its needles in winter. The image reminds me of some works by the American… Read More
Here is the latest in this photo-to-watercolor series.
I am always conscious of composition in outdoor photographs. This image kind of composed itself, with the tree spreading horizontally across the water as both the dominant picture element and the main picture composition framework. The lake is… Read More