Tuesday 13 January 2009

Observing :: the shape of trees

I love trees in winter
Reduced to a skeleton
Silhouetted against the horizon
Bent and shaped by the wind

Thank you for all the lovely comments you've left me on this little series of observations. I'm going to carry on for a bit. I'm feeling rather quiet, so it's good to let the photos do the talking.


Aubrey said...

I love bare trees too. I have enjoyed your series. Thank you for your comment.

Anonymous said...

so enjoying your 'quiet' series Diana. i too love to see the skeletons of winter trees against the deep blue sky. i am also loking forward to seeing new buds appear and with them, the promise of Spring.
with love
Ginny xx

Pipany said...

I'm glad you're carrying on with this Diana. They are so beautiful and I particularly love our bent Cornish trees. Much love xx

Simone said...

I like the words at the top of the post. I keep saying them over and over. Lovely.

Elizabeth Musgrave said...

What a marvellous series of photos. Your daffodils are a lot further on than ours. I also love the bark ones and the corn stubble. I may need to get a new camera (or perhaps get better with the one I've got).

heidi said...

hi.we know exactly what you mean about the trees,the way they bend with the wind,they fascinate me!when we are doing our walking in cornwall we see so many.the cliff walk at polperro has lots of these trees,they make a tunnel for you to walk through! I LOVE YOU CORNWALL!!