Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Birch trees



Trees in Strid Wood at Bolton Abbey. The woodland is very ancient and full of sessile oaks but there are a few areas of younger trees like these birches. I think birches are very photogenic and I liked the darker trunk next to the light one. 

6 comments:

  1. Interesting in black and white. Not sure about the tree in the middle cutting the photo in half. (I'm just being a nit picker, sorry)

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  2. I really like it. Even with this "cutting" in the middle. I must say, I like this kind of "imperfections" :)
    Well done!

    Have a nice day!

    Martina (Ulm Daily photo)
    http://seemyulm.wix.com/seemyulm

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  3. Love this image Jenny, black and white was an excellent choice and I agree birch trees are incredibly photogenic.

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  4. Birches are so interesting. Especially in groves like these. In California we have aspen trees, no birches.

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  5. Perfect, jennyfreckles.

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