Saturday, 8 November 2014

Three trees


windswept at Bull Creek, Otago, near the coast

The Clutha River at Alexandra, Otago

street art in the city


All photos taken on 
Canon Power Shot A540
with the setting on auto.

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13 comments:

  1. Hi Diana, The street art tree is quite amazing! I read your profile statement and it made me smile. :)

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  2. I like the first tree in b/w. Great shot.

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  3. The first photo is quite stunning. I love those kinds of shots. I enjoyed the parallel of the man made and nature in the second and the third is just plain fun! Nice job on this.

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  4. I've seen street art like that before and it is so interesting and colorful. I wonder what the birds make of it, haha? Love the silhouette of the tree shaped by the wind. And I noticed an echoing of the leading lines of the golden trees versus the wooden pilings along the boat ramp. Lovely composition!

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  5. What a nice variety of trees. I love the photo of the river and the tree art is awesome! All so perfect for the challenge! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

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  6. The tree art made me smile, but I like your river scene best.

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  7. A good selection of trees for the challenge. The street art is something new for me, quite pretty with the flowers up the branches.

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  8. Belas fotos! Eu gosto especialmente da segunda ! Parabéns!
    Um abraço!

    Beautiful photos! I especially like the second! Congratulations!
    Hugs!

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  9. I have seen the same street tree at my seaside

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  10. "Windswept" is amazing photo!

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  11. Love the silhouette of the windswept tree, but that river shot is awesome. It's frame-worthy, for sure!! The yarn-bombed tree is such fun!! I too wonder what the birds and squirrels think!

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  12. Beautiful shots - and a giggle at the end with the yarn bombed tree.

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  13. A Crocheted covered tree. How awesome! I have heard of this...so cool you get to see it! Great post. Thanks!

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A parson bird

 or as it is more commonly known, a Tui. Spring is here and so are the birds.