Great perspectives here, Amy.
Have a great weekend, and stay warm,
Thank you, Pit.
You, too enjoy the weekend. Colder next week too.
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What wonderful lines of that dark tree, Amy.
Thank you, Ruth! A very interesting structure of a tree. 🙂
What a beauty that one is. Great eye and wonderful choice and capture Amy
It looks like this tree shows its strengths and persistence.
Thank you, Tina! 🙂
That is the coolest looking tree.
Isn’t it, Mary! It finds its way to balance… incredible. 🙂
I love these lovely balanced trees Amy!!!
The tree knows how, amazing. 🙂
Thank you for your comment, Paulo!
It seems to dance, beautiful one ! Have a good we Amy, stay warm !
Thank you so much, Natachua!
Today is sunny, it’ll be much colder next week.
Texas weather is so crazy but it’s nearly the same in French riviera ; )
It really is… especially this winter. French Riviera is so beautiful, we visited there five years ago. 🙂 💖
Keep us informed if you have planed to come back again ; )
You’ve done great job! Beautiful tree and photo.
Thank you for your comment. It’s so unusual, glad you like it!:)
So interesting how the branches have grown 🙂
Isn’t it? It also keeps a good structure and balance! 🙂
Yes 🙂 Nature is amazing 🙂
I really like the second picture. So very interesting.
Me, too! Quite amazing, isn’t it!
Thank you for visiting, Robbie. 🙂
The way you caught in the curve like an arch is so artistic, Amy! Hope you continue to find beauty in nature and share with others, like this. It opens some people’s eyes to the possibilities. . . 🙂
Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Robin! It’s always a great pleasure to share the beauty of nature with you and many my blog friends.
I love the perspective in these photos.
Thank you, Joseph!
Thank you, Sue! A very unusual tree. 🙂
A wonderful display of nature’s endurance! Nice post
So much endurance…
Thank you for your comment. 🙂
Love-Love-Love these! 🙂 Fabulous shots! Cheerz, UT
Thank you, Uncle Tree! Happy to see you. 🙂
Love these Amy! Thank you 🙂
Thank you, Dahlia! 🙂
These images are stunning Amy! I wish I had your talent for capturing Mother Nature’s beauty
Thank you so much for your compliment, Lisa! Happy to share my discovery. 🙂
that second tree is my fav of the two – goodness – the way you caught the trunk and centered it like that had me going back – and the first one has that framed feel – both were great for weathered
Thank you, Y! This tree is so unusual. I just wonder if it’s going to crash someday… 🙂
i know… it could – eeeeks
Thank you, Derrick!
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I really enjoyed both images, Amy, and the way in which you captured the weathered effect. All the trees photographed here have such character.
Thank you, Jet! They also show their long struggle and endurance. 🙂
Each tree displays such nice arches.
Thank you, Sally! 🙂
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