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Wilg
15-Apr-2018

Wilg

This huge willow became victim of a January storm. Despite it all the fallen tree got new leaves recently
Spijk - Holland

Nikon D7100
1/640s f/7.1 at 17.0mm iso320 full exif

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MarcViskens26-Sep-2018 19:35
mooi standpunt
goed gedaan Ton
globalgadabout08-May-2018 23:01
engaging and so dramatic....your composition is inspired..
Dan Greenberg07-May-2018 18:03
Despite how broken it is, it is very attractive. Beautiful image! ~BV~
Graeme01-May-2018 21:44
Fascinating!! BV
Fabienne01-May-2018 19:43
La perspective du tronc est bien mise en valeur.
C’est une superbe composition et c’est dommage pour cet arbre.
Dennis Hoyne25-Apr-2018 02:21
Excellent shot of this unique subject! V
Zoltán Balogh22-Apr-2018 13:38
Excellent composition, beautiful spring image. V
LynnH20-Apr-2018 16:57
Willows will continue to grow once they fall over. I saw some like this last week and they had all new Spring leaves. Isn't it interesting how nature works. V
Walter Otto Koenig20-Apr-2018 16:49
Great detail and textures. Very well composed. "V"
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)20-Apr-2018 16:03
Nice capture! V
Paolo
Juliette20-Apr-2018 11:59
boeiende opname; een gevallen reus V
Fong Lam20-Apr-2018 09:09
Excellent perspective, details and composition...V
Neil Marcus20-Apr-2018 01:30
A well positioned shot for the full impact of this storm. "V"
Hank Vander Velde19-Apr-2018 22:19
Excellent bright, sharp and well composed image Ton.
Ken Chambers ARPS19-Apr-2018 21:05
The detail here is outstanding, Ton
John Hamers19-Apr-2018 20:39
Great image of that fallen the tree. Excellent POV. !!V
joseantonio19-Apr-2018 19:56
very nice perspective.V.
Colin Storey19-Apr-2018 19:31
Wonderful image of this fallen tree that is clinging onto survival.
Helen Betts19-Apr-2018 18:47
So sad to see something like this, but interesting that it developed new leaves. V.
Jim Coffman19-Apr-2018 17:40
Timber!!! Ouch!!
Claude Gagnon19-Apr-2018 17:39
Ouf, what a crash .... :))
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