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Troubled with wind
20-MAY-2005

Troubled with wind

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Olympus C-50Z
1/200s f/5.6 at 13.0mm iso80 with Flash full exif

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Jerry Curtis24-Mar-2010 13:07
Beautiful shot. Looks like a tamarack or larch. We have them here in Newfoundland, as well and they always point east - from prevailing westerlies.
globalgadabout15-Jun-2009 02:08
a windswept wonder..
Chris15-Oct-2008 00:15
I like the form here. Looks like the wind really blows hard left to right. Nice for a summer afternoon but I bet I would pass on a winters day. Just a touch more frame to the right would make it. It's something I have to watch constantly myself. Very nice images overall.
David Lewins LRPS29-Aug-2008 12:51
Excellent shape and form.
Ghislaine et Réal Boulet10-Jan-2008 13:33
Are these walls old? I mean very old, a few centuries. Are they related to the way land was shared in Middle ages?
Dougie Robertson15-Apr-2006 10:10
Lovely shape to this tree.
Jola Dziubinska04-Apr-2006 22:56
Amazing shape and scenery of this place, great image.
dan dunn25-Jan-2006 19:48
Great graphic..DD
Naomi Sheaffer07-Dec-2005 20:46
A beautiful, one-of-a-kind subject to shoot. Very dramatic, poetic.
Adrian Reilly29-Nov-2005 00:09
As ive said before , Trees are fascinating, brilliant work!!!
Zak10-Nov-2005 20:46
dont get your branches in a twist!
(this should of been todays PaD) ;-)
Guest 24-May-2005 23:30
A Bonsai Artists dream. Nice shot of a great tree. Amazing to see one leaning away from the sun, odd looking but beautiful.
Steven Jusczyk21-May-2005 05:42
It's nice the way it looks like it's blowing now. Very nice shot.
henrywong21-May-2005 05:13
beautiful!
Mindy McNaugher21-May-2005 03:45
Great shot!
David Clunas20-May-2005 21:07
Dean, I was going to say that! One great tree shot.
Guest 20-May-2005 20:12
Hmm. Which way does the prevailing wind come from? :-)
Al Chesworth20-May-2005 19:36
A sea breeze possibly, lovely colour.