Thursday, January 3, 2013

Dancing, spidery tree


16 comments:

Kay said...

So is it a modern dancer or does it lean more toward a traditional ballroom motion? I'd guess a waltz. Pretty shot!

fiziskandarz said...

Love all the green [ especially at this time of year! ]. I also like the framing on the dark green on top of the image. Happy New Year to you and family, have a great one :D

p/s: Unfortunately we had no relation with your "Fiskars" eraser, we like to say it has, but it wouldn't be truthful haha :D

Barbara Farr said...

Nice shot, Lowell. I wonder if that is a chalk maple.

Jack said...

Some great trees down here, Lowell.

Olivier said...

un bel arbre albinos qui ressort bien des autres arbres et qui tisse sa toile ;)

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

What a fascinating tree. It almost looks like what Spanish moss looks like when you look at it up close. Lovely shot, Lowell!

magiceye said...

Good one :)

Danielle said...

When I see trees like this in Florida this time of year I am puzzled because I don't know if they are dormant or dead. I love the framing of the Spanish moss on this.

Halcyon said...

Did the tree imbibe a few too many at t he Chili's too? ;)

llandudnopictures said...

That's a spooky looking tree!

EG CameraGirl said...

Lacy but kinda creepy at the same time. :)

Judy said...

A dancing tree is a happy tree.
Nice shot. It kind of looks like a ghost tree.

Thank you for your kind words on my blog!

Sharon said...

That moss on the tree looks a lot like icicles.

RedPat said...

She's a beauty, Lowell. I'm just catching up on your posts of the last week - starting the year off at the dentist's is not a nice way to begin but at least it's over!

Hilda said...

Because of Lois, I can no longer look at Spanish Moss without getting creeped out. Love the contrast of the bare white tree against all the greenery, though.

Randy said...

It's ghostly.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson