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We carry the weight of this flesh,
hardened softness on fragile bones,
gripping the air of winter’s chill,
waiting for our summer of green.

One of the trees on Hob Moor Stray in York, (north Yorkshire, England), after last year’s snow fall. With it’s last fruit hanging on under the weight of the snow and ice.

Converted into black and white and best viewed large.

Shot on an Olympus E30.

Tags

clickinhistory, black and white, abstract, snow, winter, tree, fruit, hob moor, stray, york, sunshine, bones, twigs, weight, crystals

Comments

  • naturelover
    natureloverover 1 year ago

    Marvellous capture, love the Title too x

  • This was in the snow last Feb 2012 and we finally got a bit of sun, the place was very busy with cameras lol

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  • -Lilith-
    -Lilith-over 1 year ago

    Wow, that is perfect…
    I see that you haven’t lost your magic, Richard.

  • Hello stranger :) I hope you are still being fun and challenging in your creativity ;) Thanks as always Lilith

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  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Searchover 1 year ago

    Oooh…just beautiful, Richard!!!

  • Thanks Laurie

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  • jon  daly
    jon dalyover 1 year ago

    love it – looks like a river delta from space

  • nice idea, worked for Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Earth from underneath! ;) thanks Jon

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  • EvilTwin
    EvilTwinover 1 year ago

    Beautifully done. It’s like that in my bathroom right now.

  • Opps, Mrs ET not finished re felting and slating that roof yet then?

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  • Lorena María
    Lorena Maríaover 1 year ago

    Bellisima!!

  • Thank you Lorena :)

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  • electriclstorm
    electriclstormover 1 year ago

    Congratulations! Your work has been featured this week in Achromatic Nature

  • Thank you, sorry for the late reply, but the feature is still most appreciated as always

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  • Hélène David-Cuny
    Hélène David-Cunyabout 1 year ago

    Lovely little lizzard…

  • You sure you not being holidaying all this time checking up on Darwin by any chance instead of working? ;)

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