! One Tree at a Time (not trees)

Photographs with a single tree (not trees)

Recent Work

  • Mountains, water and willows - Hangzhou, China by Norman Repacholi
  • Sunset at Old Onslow (Internet at Woop Woop) by myraj
  • STanding strong by Graeme M
  • Lone tree at Loch Assynt, Assynt, Scotland by Cliff Williams
  • Storm Coming by Harry Oldmeadow
  • Passionately And INseparably INterwoven by Michelle Lee Blatt
  • The Fence by Angelika  Vogel
  • Lightthought 164 by Lightthinker
  • Early Morning On The Murray by Robert Armitage
  • Morning on the  Murray by Robert Armitage
  • Standing Proud by Malik Jayawardena
  • Copper Beech by Astrid Ewing Photography

About This Group

The single tree has long been the subject of landscape captures. The growing portfolio is an encyclopedia of ideas for the lone tree photographer; a feast for the eyes of the viewer. Whether the tree is the primary subject or secondary one, photographs of a single tree—sapling to mature, living or petrified are welcomed. The photograph should normally include sufficient tree surroundings to allow the viewer to peruse the beauty of the tree and its setting/location. Some photographs of the lone tree (or major part trunk, limb) may be accepted with another or other trees as long as the lone tree PREDOMINATES in height or mass at the moderator’s discretion. Sometimes a coin toss may be the determination of what is accepted in a tough choice. Errors of omission and commission can occur. Capturing objects in nature can be extremely challenging—-the lone tree is no exception.

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