Oak tree, appx 400 years old.

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Comments (18)

Keith P. Luke on January 18, 2007

Perfectly composed...

hollyk on February 4, 2007

beautiful....

Russell Mckane on April 16, 2007

Got to say I would like to get up close and personal with that trunk. The tree would also be spectacular in Winter as well. Great image, and thans for the comments. Russell

steandeb on June 10, 2007

wonderful tree wonderful sky. wonderful sunset.. wonderful you!

steandeb on June 10, 2007

when you think about it 400 years old. imagine what that tree has seen in its lifetime!

Snemann on June 26, 2007

Thanks, steandb. I often imagine the same.

✔chilefoto on July 24, 2007

Good Photo, Sneemann. ¡Saludos!

Andy Vargas on August 8, 2007

Pictures of trees outlined against panoramic skies are so pretty.

Snemann on October 15, 2007

Thanks, chilefoto and Andy!

skida on December 4, 2007

I really like this image. My wife asked me to find her a subject to paint and I hope you don't mind but I have printed this off for her to work from.

Greetings from Northeast England.

Snemann on December 7, 2007

On the contrary, skida, I am grateful and honoured that you find this photo a good enough model to paint from. Thanks.

Bieszczady on June 26, 2008

Beautiful photo, good job!

Sami Meriç on October 6, 2008

Yaşamak, bir ağaç gibi, tek ve hür...ve...bir orman gibi, kardeşçesine...Bu davet bizim.Bu şiiri tamamlayan bir foto...tebrikler

adaylovelas on October 22, 2009

The ones the tree has 4000 years??

Snemann on October 28, 2009

adaylovelas: Thanks for reminding me of this old favourite! The age of this tree is not easy to determine, probably it is around 300 years.

adaylovelas on October 29, 2009

And here you are! And these your photographs are fantastic!

H. Lisbeth on March 18, 2011

Hi Snemann, I like Your Fotos. Greetings from Germany

Pitter5711 on September 17

F&L!

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