Trees - Part 4. The final log.

01st November 2014
The final log of tree shots.

October comes to an end and so does my shooting of trees. Well sort of. If anything trees become even more interesting during the winter when they are reduce to their bare bones. It's a wonder they aren't that way already with all the windy weather during October. If anything, the wind's made the task of shooting trees even more challenging. Initially it was great to have the flow of the leaves in the wind...but there's only so many of those shots you (or I) can take.

So here's the final few.

Leaves with the tree banches reflected. Half polarized.

From monet-esque to eat your heart out Jackson Pollock. Nature got there first.

The Dance.

Silver Birch and grasses.

Hopefully, if nothing else, this month of shooting trees has made me look even more closely at the surroundings. A shame the poor weather has limited the limited shooting time. Although, many would call it ideal conditions. But, sideways rain for most of the month can be very tiring. Here's to a mixture of weather and shots in November.

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