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Marsh Sentinels

By saxon_image  
I'm fortunate to have local walks across field, woodland and a nature reserve to enjoy during the current issues. This is from a walk on the marshy part of the nature reserve where the marsh, reed beds and natural vegetation are being allowed to re-wild as the water level has risen. The dead and dying trees are a result of the increasingly wetland conditions and now stand as gaunt skeletons above the reeds. I felt that monochrome brought out the starkness of the transition from vibrant reed bed to the trees being sacrificed to wetland.

Tags: Landscape Black and white Wetland Marsh Monochrome landscape

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cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
29 Apr 2020 7:56PM
Lots of things are being allowed to rewild... fortunately my wife is clever with the garden shears 😁😁
Great composition beautifully photographed love the colour tones and textures

Carole
30 Apr 2020 8:29PM
Beautifully captured..Lin

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