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Torn from the ground by winds teeth,
broken by the ground that gave it life,
a silver fading to a green life,
kissed by the passing of the young.

This tree came down during the severe winter storms several years ago. It rests on the sloping valley sides that fall back to the High Force waterfall in Teesdale.

Converted into black and white and best viewed large.

Shot on an Olympus E30.

Featured by the kind hosts of the DSLR not the Canon Nikon Group

Comments

  • Jadon
    Jadonover 4 years ago

    Excellent detail..like the shadows of the plant..

  • Thank you Jason, had the whole place to myself on this day

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  • Kylie  Sheahen
    Kylie Sheahenover 4 years ago

    Lovely use of light and shadow, great capture Richard! :))

  • Thank you Kylie, was really pleased on how this came out

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  • Ms.Serena Boedewig
    Ms.Serena Boed...over 4 years ago

    An alluring title pulled me in …it is quite beautiful , it’s apparent your love affair with nature :)

  • Thank you Serena, just loved the paradox of the fallen and the standing.

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  • Dara Hurt
    Dara Hurtover 4 years ago

    Perfect title!!! I love the detail here Richard!!

  • Thanks Dar. Really pleased on the details here

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  • João Castro
    João Castroover 4 years ago

    Excellent!

  • Thank you Joao

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  • EvilTwin
    EvilTwinover 4 years ago

    Love the light and shade in this

  • Thanks ET, morning light at it’s best :)

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  • BigCatPhotos
    BigCatPhotosabout 4 years ago

    Just fabulous………your understanding of light/shadow is outstanding.

  • Thank you for that BCP

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  • Mr-E
    Mr-Eabout 4 years ago

    As the crocodile waited patiently in the woods, photographers passed by unaware!.. Love it!

  • LOL you been on that health tonic again.. thanks Kerry

    – clickinhistory

  • Danica Radman
    Danica Radmanabout 4 years ago

    mmmm

  • :) thank you Danica

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  • Hélène David-Cuny
    Hélène David-Cunyabout 4 years ago

    The paradox is that the fallen seems more full of (unseen) strength than the standing ! ;-)

  • :) you saw what made me take the picture, thanks Helene

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