This is a close-up of the bark of a California coastal redwood tree. Enjoy and keep on photographing!
A branch of this almond tree has been cut off. Slowly the tree is healing again. Interestingly the bark is growing in a circular motion.
Enjoy and have a great week-end with your camera!
This morning I drove by a few Eucalyptus trees. The bark was loose and partially flying in the wind. I had to stop and photograph.
Enjoy and create great images with your camera!
Who says that the bark has to be tightly attached to the tree trunk. This bark is peeling and with the illumination of the evening sun I got this image.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
This is the bark of a Juniper tree. The structure if totally different from yesterday’s tree. Enjoy and keep on creating and collecting great images!
This week I would like to continue to photograph structure, but totally different. Last weeks exercise dealt with man made structures and forms. This weeks we want to take a good look into mother nature’s structures. Since color can get into the way sometimes I want you to do this exercise in black and white. Go out onto your local park or forest and photograph the structure of tree bark. As always, enjoy this exercise!
This is the structure of a large fir tree which I photographed in the high Sierra Nevada. Enjoy!