Continue on with me through the Tree Art exhibition at Cincinnati, Ohio’s California Woods Nature Preserve. As we make our way through the final section, keep a look out for the hidden faces and disguised creatures. See what Ohio’s nature has to offer.
That first one makes me think of Ents or the apple-throwing trees from Wizard of Oz.
You make trees so interesting to see through your lens.
Love it. Nature at her finest.
Thank you. :)))
I vote smoothly rugged and turtle with no shell. Hilariously beautiful.
🙂 Thank you so much. 🙂
There is just a majesty to nature that humankind can never quite match. Long may it be so.
True. Thanks David.
And I meant to say: thank you so much for continuing to bring it to us! We really do appreciate it.
Welcome. Thanks David.
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Tremendous photos. I imagine what so diligent you explore this forest
Thanks… x. 🙂
loved the first one specially
Glad you like that one. Thanks. 🙂
I love the shape of fallen trees. Love the atmosphere in these shots.
Thank you t. 🙂
Hey, totally unconnected to this post … sorry … but did you see this page?
I am doing this … it’s going to be fun! Doing the memoir. And some of the free projects! 🙂 One of the free ones is a found-photography project.
I liked “kiss” the best. All are lovely photographs.
Thanks Eagle Tech.
branches from the trunk of tree
turtle with no shell is sleek
kiss in the woods
makes life, out of th world
delicate touch , majestically soft
in the hair..what a trip 🙂
woods in love , do not slip
or you will trip and break your hip 😉
Nice. Thanks Kalabalu.
The first tree is magnificent.
Great eye for detail as always.
Thank you John.
Hi! I have soooo many questions. You, of course, are not obligated to satiate my curiosity. ;o) 1) do you know how a park in Ohio got a name like California Woods? 2) I am soooo curious how you get the grey color on the wood and make the green pop so much…I am SO green to photography…do you run them through a photo editor to do that? You make all the right things “pop.” I LOVE your work!
(1) I don’t. I’ve been trying to find out. (2) I use a program(FX photo studio) to take all the color out but the green. (3) Thanks!
Ha, the Kiss! That made me smile 🙂
🙂 Thanks Leslie.
I love photographing trees too….LOL. Love the “growth” on the last one and the first is spectacular in my opinion1 😀
The limbs on that top tree are unusually low to the ground. Really a cool view. Thanks for the like of my post “Bird in Flight”.
All great shots! Nice to see landscape without snow for a change 🙂
A blogger from the north latitude.
Thanks. 🙂 We are about to get more snow tonight. 😦
Love “The Kiss”
Thanks 🙂 so much.
These are great shots – never have I seen pictures of trees presented like this.
You know, Seth, I have always loved trees but you provide such breathtakingly unique ways of seeing them…
i love the texture!
Love this! Very beautiful! I agree with bluebee, “you provide such breathtakingly unique ways of seeing them…”
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Gorgeous! I love the army of arms!!
Thanks so much Judy.
Love the Army of Arms – great shot.
Here, again, your use of white light is magnificent. The images have a lighter feel that is fresh and exciting.
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