I took the photo with my iPhone 6 while taking my morning walk. It was pleasant to see trees were awakening from winter.
Sally, who hosts the Phonegraphy, posts two beautiful photos for this week. This is how Sally describes her photos through her Lens and Pens, “Each reminded me of the morning’s acknowledgement about my interdependence upon nature and human nature and technology. It’s the good, the strange and the transformative.” Thank you, Sally for your inspiring photos and eloquent words. Take a look…
For the second one, I added a little mood to the photo using the photo edits on Google+.
This image captured a special moment. The Cormorant was swimming there, the Egret was flying right above the water and toward the woods, while the Great Blue Heron was standing on a tree branch, but wasn’t paying attention to these two birds. :)
Michael’s photos are astonishing. His photos make you feel like you are there looking up and down of those majestic and spectacular mountains, canyons, and trees. The experience is so real! A few weeks ago, Michael did a post showing his whole line of his photography equipment and lenses, I thought he was giving a tour of a camera shop! :)
Take a look of his amazing photos. The Antelope Canyon is just one of many Michael’s great posts. Dawn2dawn….
These weathered tree branches look much a like sculptures. Texas Parks and Wildlife puts great effort to maintain the beauty of the landscape without disturbing them.
The one below was quite unique. It looked like the tree had stood there majestically for ages. When I first saw this tree, I thought it was like a sculpture of its own that spoke the power and beauty of nature.
As these branches became too heavy for the tree to hold, I guess for the safety reason, part of the aging tree had to come down. And, it did, which happened a couple of weeks after I took this photo.
The trees, the stars, and the blue hills ache with a meaning
which can never be uttered in words.
~ Rabindranath Tagore
Birds are singing and plants are awakening from their winter sleep. Spring is here! :)
Jo is taking us to LOULÉ UNCOVERED for a grand tour. The historical information and beautiful photos of the chapel, town, and market made such an enjoyable walk. You don’t want to miss it! Click HERE… Join us!