I visited the tree art gallery yesterday. It is a year long art exhibition put on by trees. It’s in every location, including your backyard or local park. If you haven’t visited the gallery before, you don’t know what you are missing. From fallen leaves to tree limbs and trunks, trees aim to please and love your admiration. So the next time you are outside, take a look. Tree art is everywhere.
Oh….I loved the one with the leaf on the ground.
Thanks Katie. 🙂
I’ve been there! … Only the one I visited was all covered in snow … Must be the Canadian version … 🙂
Yes true. 🙂 Thanks!
I love the hawthorns growing all around us. There is something about the thorns I love, maybe they remind me of the crown of thorns that Jesus wore.
Love, love, love this one!!! “Bent but not broken” is my favorite!!!
Thanks! Glad you like Bent but not broken.
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Great photos Seth. I must ask, what editing program do you use?
I use FX Studio.
I love pictures of trees and branches, yours are beautiful.
Thanks so much Arq.
‘specially like ‘strings of blue’ and ‘spikes’
Thanks so much,. >) Glad you like.
I’m not sure what the appeal is, but trees certainly draw you in. I can honestly say, I never thought of them in terms of loving my admiration, but I like the idea.
Thanks, glad I gave the trees your admiration. 🙂
I am in love with “Left”. Beautiful image!
John, Thanks so much.
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Today I photographed some unusually bare.
Are you going to post them so we can see? Would love to see them.
i think some of trees are doing the YMCA dance, but they all want to be Y ‘s.
Yes, very true. Now that you mention it, I think I did hear that playing in the background.
Yes! Trees are beautiful pieces of art! 🙂 I love these. ^v^
Thanks so much. Glad you like my old tree art. 🙂
Of course, (also) because I love (taking photos of) trees. 😛