Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #50: Trees

Ann-Christine hosts this week’s L-A Photo Challenge theme- Trees.

Tree is one my favorite photo subjects. I hope to use these photos to tell their growth,

struggles,

falls, and

their life renewal journey.

So many  plants depend on trees to grow.

Dead logs in water is the best place for turtles to get up there for sunbathing since turtles are cold-blooded, so they need to leave the water to sunbathe to regulate their temperature.

Birds and animals always seek protection from trees. Birds use branches to build nests in tree holes.

How do we depend on trees?

Trees produce approx. 30% of the Earth’s oxygen. Trees help prevent soil erosion. Trees play a role in the carbon cycle besides nitrogen. Trees produce all sorts of nuts and fruits. Trees are turned into lumber for building homes. And, more…

Thanks to Ann-Christine for the tree  challenge. Click here to view her fabulous tree photos and stories. Join us.

I will host next week’s L-A Photo Challenge.

 

75 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #50: Trees

  1. Trees????!!! Everyone has presented the most fantastic galleries on this week subject. Same here with you. Love your close-ups … and how nature is using the trees in its development. Turtle image … so cute.

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  2. Amy – you have in this excellent gallery shown the importance of trees in our lives, and for the whole planet’s survival. Down to the very essentials. Nicely done – thank you for a great post with great shots and examples.♥

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  3. I feel as though I have a special relationship with trees, as well, Amy. I talk to them and they talk back. 🙂 Your photos are gorgeous. That’s what I always say, but it’s just true! I loved this post, my friend. Thank you.

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