Alphabet Photography Project: T is for… Tree

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T is for Tree

I adore Fall in New England. Last year I couldn’t get enough of taking photographs of trees; with their leaves of orange and gold and pink. Vibrant and shining against deep blue skies. The leaves are starting to turn again, as September rushes to meet October. I look forward to watching the greens slowly change to reds and yellows, and all the shades in between. There is however something starkly beautiful as the leaves fall and leave skeletal silhouettes; the bones of the trees left behind as autumn becomes winter. And, while I am not eager for winter, I will enjoy the trees.

Joining in with Charly’s Alphabet Photography Project over on PODCast.

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28 thoughts on “Alphabet Photography Project: T is for… Tree”

  1. Such a dramatic picture! You’re right, the spectacle of those skeletal trees is one of the things that makes winter worth looking forward to. But then getting out in nature is generally the best way of dealing with changing seasons I reckon :) x

  2. Ah, this is wonderful, a great example of positive and negative. I also like the idea of an alphabet photography project.

  3. Trees make great photography subjects and the New England ones are beautiful – we’ve been lucky enough to experience for real so I can appreciate how you’re drawn to them x

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