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Lucy Corrander - Snow and Sycamore (I Think) - 5th March 2009
I don't know what it is either Lucy, but a good angle and I love the contrasts.
Thanks Hermes - I'll have to look when the leaves come out . . . though, even then, I'll not be able to get to the tree for bank and brambles. (This is it's top, with the base of the trunk lower down the slope of the small cliff.)Lucy
Lucy. Did you get my response to your query about rooks and rookeries? Secondly have you a photo of a long handled wooden house brush for sweeping the floor. It's odd how tricky it is to find one on the web - usually rich in images of everything under the sun.
Simon - This seems to be an example of synchronicity - I've just emailed you to apologise for not responding sooner about the rooks.I don't have a photo of a broom but I'll happily take one!Lucy
You take the best photos...
Now that's cool! Like the fact it is actually the tree top and not a small tree.
The snow just covering the vegetation is quite lovely. If I was an arborist I could identify the tree, alas, I'm just an accountant.
Another lovely photo from Lucy! :) I have no idea what kind of tree, but I know it makes a beautiful photo.
Such gorgeous, subtle colors! Thank you, Lucy, for allowing virtual passers by to view your photos. Your landscapes are beautiful, but I especially love the short-range shots of ordinary things. It's like seeing stairs or leaves for the first time. I don't recall much about being very young, but a few moments stand out in my memory, such as dust glittering in sunlight, the sound of a DC3 aircraft and the spark of light against a deep blue sky. Looking at your photos is like being very young again, newly amazed by the colors and shapes and textures in the world.
Hello lots of people who visited PICTURES JUST PICTURES the day I posted 'Snow and Sycamore'.Thank you, all of you, for your comments!Lucy
This is beautiful.K
Karen - the sycamore in the snow was beautiful but the snow was ephemeral - it had all gone by the afternoon.I took the photo of the honeysuckle leaves in the sunshine later on the same day!Lucy
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