A solitary bare tree grows from a stark rocky mound in Zion National Park.
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250mm, f/8, 1/500.sec, ISO.100, File_1506.A
I like it, nice.
Beautiful picture.Greetings from Portugal Dalila
Amazing shot Richard. Beautiful composition and gorgeous colours. Very nice title. Well done.
Thanks Yves, I'm glad you like it. I'm always looking for images of trees against a bare rock background - it's one of my favorite subjects. There's probably a Freudian explanation for that. The best example is from Frans Lanting in his wonderful book,'Life-A Journey Through Time'; quiver trees in South Africa against fiery red hillside.
Thanks also to Olivier, Jakub, Klaus Picsonthemove, Joseliyo, Jackie, Herb and everyone else. I'm just happy to know people are still looking at my pictures.
Great! What a beautiful cross-bedding. And an amazing shot. I wish I had something like this around here.
Greetings from Germany, Gruetze80
Definitely still looking -- you have some beautiful shots. This is an intriguing composition -- the scene is harsh inhospitable, yet the colors are warm and welcoming.
Beautiful. Love the composition and the detail and colors are excellent. Single trees are a favourite subject of mine as well. A Freudian explanation may be that we relate to the isolated subject so well because we all feel isolated like that at times. :) Capturing it helps alleviate the isolation in some way. Great book reference too. Love Lanting's work. :)
Best regards from Virginia, Tom
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Photo taken in Zion National Park, Springdale, UT 84767, USA
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