Thursday, July 16, 2009

SkyWatch Friday #53: Still Standing

Still standing

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Brian Bastinelli said...

Nice shot! Happy SWF!

Danton said...

Mr. Linky is late, but your photo evokes a lot of imagination and meaning.

Vita Stunder said...

I just LOVE this shot!
Stunning in all ways :)

Have a great weekend!

Lynn said...

Awesome photo. Seriously. Maybe it's because it's black and white but it looks like some classic masterpiece photo.

miss marple said...

LOVE black and white photos-this one was great!Weekend-greetings from Norway:)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow! I have to tear myself away. This one just speaks to me. Excellent photo and photography!


Eric(SWF Holland) said...

WOW, great setting, well composed!!!

Maybe some more contrast into the picture!!

Very nice post!!

Have a nice SWF

GReatings from NL

Guy D said...

I love everything about this pic, well done.

Have a great weekend
Regina In Pictures

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great picture, I had to do a triple take to figure it out. Very dramatic.

LV said...

You did an outstanding job on this picture. Glad you shared it with us.

Sylvia K said...

Stunning and dramatic shot! It really grabbed me! Thanks for sharing!

Regina said...

Fantastic. Great shot!


dAwN said...

Very Nice! Great in Black and white..beautiful!

Ida said...

Beautiful and venerable tree.
Love it!
Wonderful picture.

Happy weekend! :)

Light and Voices said...

I have wanted to take a shot like this for umpteen years. In my mind's eye I have seen it but never in real life. My hat goes off to you. Excellent image!
Joyce M

Anonymous said...

Great photo. That tree looks like it has lived a hard life, and then some, and you captured all of that in your shot.

Arija said...

The B&W makes it so much mor dramatic. Great shot.

Rob Ripma said...

Very cool shot! Looks great in black and white!

Texas Travelers said...

Great b/w.
Thanks for sharing.

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