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Twisted Birches

By joolsb  
I'm not sure how this will go down as it's a long way away from the 'traditional' landscape shot but what the heck. I like birches and these particularly exciting examples were found in a forest in the darkest Jura - somewhere in rural France - decorated with moss and resplendent with new growth.

Tags: Specialist and abstract Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: taggart, jennialexander, Deep_Bhatia and 16 more


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taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
21 May 2012 6:18PM
The limited palette has made this a very special image!

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rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
21 May 2012 6:50PM
Inpenetrable forest Jools, nature.
Ron.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 839 1369 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 7:14PM
Green and grey, no other colour involved. The misty sky served you well.
Moira
AnneWorner Plus
8 620 43 United States
21 May 2012 7:43PM
I've been trying to get some images very similar to this - I like how you've captured it. There is something so wonderful about moss growing on old trees.

Anne
Wonderful image, colours and presentation and a welcome change from a 'traditional' landscape.

P.
comma Plus
7 108 6 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 10:00PM
beautiful composition
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 10:16PM
Probably my favourite trees too.
Not that I know these individuals of course. But birches adapt to their surroundings and can become regimented or individualistic and chaotic.
You have encapsulated their personality in this stylish image, I feel. Moira agrees that the photo deserves my U.A.
Regards
Bill
joolsb Plus
11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
22 May 2012 5:56PM
Ooooh, ta for the UA, Bill!
ChrisOs Plus
10 2 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2012 8:22PM
Lovely greens and greys. Can't explain how the comp works, but it does. Quite a result for one you weren't sure about.
Chris

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