Halls Creek has many wonderful tree displays. From the intriguing to the downright bizarre, Halls Creek offers a large variety of the wooded treats. If tree art is your thing then you could spend hours exploring the many wonderful galleries the park has to offer. Here are some of the highlights of what we found.
These are all WONDERFUL! But “Bones” is my favorite. Plus I like your sense of humor on the titles of some of these! 😉
These are really beautiful! Trees are such mysterious beings. I really like the bling one!
Stunning! I see you are up late, sharing with the world!
Yes Toni. 🙂 Thanks.
Very intriguing 🙂
Thanks so much. 🙂
Truly a work of art displayed by nature, and you presented it well, I love this.
Natural Bling! Beautiful Seth
Thanks Leisa. That is Todd’s favorite.
Ahh cool..great minds 😉 hehehe
Your tags have me roaring with laughter. The pictures are a delightful sight.
Ah, good deal. Glad you caught my sense of humor.
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Just love this guys work. Enjoy!
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Love these pictures, “stretching ” is my fave.
Thanks. 🙂 z
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You have some very fine photographs of nature in your portfolio. Thank you also for visiting my art blog on a regular basis.
Thanks so much. That’s very kind of you to say.
You make the dead looking trees in winter look alive. Keep up the good work you’re doing here. Cheers!
Thanks Cali Kid.
The melting image looks like a work in oils..
So Beautiful , I love Your Clicks Until i Die 🙂 Belive IT
Beautiful photos and the captions are very creative!!! 😀
Seth, this is some of your very best work. I’ve looked at all your archives, and the way you took these pictures – the way you captured something unique in each tree – and the absolutely creative and witty names, are genius. Now, in your store I see just products. Can I get prints there too? I am going to get a few of these tree pix. And do the captions come with them?
I figured it out and made my order. Hey – could you post about the different finishes? I hope I ordered what I want, but I have no idea about velvet and luster and metallic, etc. If I don’t like a finish, can I return and exchange?
Thanks so much. Here is some info: Glossy photos are printed on coated paper with a very smooth, shiny reflective surface. Glossy finishes have a high-contrast appearance and look slick to the touch when not under glass. This finish has an excellent dynamic range and color – slightly more “pop” than the matte paper, though less noticeable once framed.
Photos will have a shiny finish.
Colors are vibrant.
Images are crisp and sharp (assuming the original photo was in focus).
Glossy finish does not produce a textured look when scanned and converted to digital.
Matte finishes have a very smooth, non-glare surface. Matte finishes have a lower-contrast when printed and are often used to enhance the texture of a print.
Fingerprints and smudges are not as visible.
Works very well with black-and-white photographs.
Glare is significantly reduced with matte-finish prints.
Lustre paper is the premier paper most preferred by portrait and wedding photographers and is considered more of a professional-grade paper. Lustre has a slight gloss with a subtle, often pearl-like texture. Lustre paper has a deeper color-saturization than matte, has a higher contrast, and is thicker than consumer paper.
Fingerprints and smudges are not as visible
Pro quality paper
Great for framing
Excellent for wedding photos
Metallic paper is extremely durable and produces an almost chrome-like burnished appearance; photographers have described the look as “chrome on paper.” The glossy finish and metallic look of this paper will enable you to create prints with exceptional visual interest and depth. The proprietary laminate layers also increase the durability and tear resistance of the final print, increasing the opportunities for display applications.
Striking, distinctive, eye-catching metallic look
Increased color gamut for rich impact and intense blacks to enhance print appeal
Exceptional sharpness, brightness, and color saturation
Optimized for digital printing
Eliz. I’ve been looking all over the photoshelter site and I can’t find any information on returns. It could be that since they are made once you order them absent some sort of default they will not accept returns. I will continue to look and see if I can find an answer for you. When you receive your prints, let me know what info they have regarding returns. Thanks.
Don’t worry! I know they are going to be awesome. I can’t wait to see them. I am going to remodel my office with photos. I am thinking that a beautiful environment is going to help me write my dissertation.
That’s awesome. I hope you like them. 🙂
Also, you are my first print sale so you are my guinea pig. I really hope you enjoy them. I am nervous your wont. If you don’t well work something out.
Love these photos! I would never have thought to look at tree trunks in this manner, but you truly make them come to life. I can practically see the face on the ‘yawn’ tree 🙂
Got a big laugh out of me with that well endowed one. Natural bling… awesome. Stretching is my fave.
Antennas – it must have come from space or is one huge, mutated bug (a la 1950s sci-fi movie). 🙂
Have a good weekend.
I like this one cause it show cases your different angles and perspectives. Very unique!
I have clearly been living under a rock…your images are beautiful 🙂 🙂
Here we have the splash of color back .. love it.
Fantastic gallery again – I sound .. like that old record.
My pick … Well endowed, because is like I would be able to feel the bark if I touch my screen. Great job again.
Beautifully haunting. Nothing compares to the beauty of nature!
Thank you! 🙂 I’m glad you agree.
love the tree art! yawn is my favorite!
These are all really good, but #10, amazing! Great work!
Natural bling! 🙂
Thanks so much wildsherkin.
I love these. Your captions exemplify what you’ve captured in the photos. Simply amazing job
. Thanks so much. 🙂 .
You have such a good eye Seth!! Incredible pictures. Love them all. I especially enjoyed the elegantly rugged and antennas!!
Thank you Judy.
Love the bling!
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wow…love these Seth…tree art is definitly one of things!!! 🙂