Definitely a different feel - more summery, though you still know the old fella has endured some harsh weather :)
This is from my other half Linda, she thinks it is a very beautiful picture Sam, and wants to know why i can't capture a one like this??. So i have to give you a big Like & Fav from her.
This is a very nice picture. LIKE 4. Best Regards.
Hi I look at the tree and can almost visualize a big ear that captures the wind.Good colours for a well composed scene.LIKE5.
Dean, aye it felt more summery too mate , especially with all the bloody midges that live in that muddy gulley having a feed on me.Cheers :o)
Richard, give Linda a big thank you hug from me :o), then tell her you can take one like that it's just that you're giving us a chance first :o). Thank you both :o)
Ian, because of how close I needed to be to get some heather in and be able to see the hill it means looking up at the tree and taking lots of frames to get it all in so I usually opt for the cropped rectangular composition. Having done this one I can now see the result is worthwhile but it has to be a square to do it ( further right isn't interesting) and I can't decide which I prefer. It gives variety if nowt else. Cheers :o)
I'm delighted you think so Bogdan Thank you for saying you like it :o)
That's so it can listen out for intruders Bob and warn the tree goblins to hide. Well it looks like a fairy tale tree so it's not hard to let your imagination run wild. Many thanks mate :o)
kindest regardss to all and apologies for the late reply to some of you.
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