I am constantly searching for the SPIRIT of trees and forests and have found that I am drawn to the mystical in my subjects. They speak to me and challenge me to hear their stories and capture the ethereal rather than the absolute concrete. Using my camera as a brush on the forest palette of greens, browns, reds, ambers, yellows, grays, blues and purples I create my images in camera capturing a moment in time when I have stopped to listen and share the sylvan secrets offered to me.

Here a group of pines, planted in rows along a country road offers up their story, through a visual whisper.

Featured at Forests – March 7, 2009

Featured at “Impressionist Photography” – March 16, 2009

Featured at “A Beautiful Blur’ – August 22, 2009

Featured at “Live, Love, Dream” – August 24, 2009

Featured at “Dimensions” – August 28, 2009

Featured in the Red Bubble Community – August 31, 2009

Featured at Abstract Lines – September 2010

FEATURED at Artistic Motion – May 7, 2013

Comments

  • Kathie Nichols
    Kathie Nicholsalmost 7 years ago

    I just love this one, so very creative!!!

  • Bill Morgenstern
    Bill Morgensternalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Kathie, these are my favorite images and really speak to me.

  • Duncan Waldron
    Duncan Waldronalmost 7 years ago

    Bill, I like this. It’s so evocative, and certainly a departure from the normal tree/forest photography.

  • Thanks Duncan, your comment is really appreciated. Stay tuned for more of these.

    Bill

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • Tom Vaughan
    Tom Vaughanalmost 7 years ago

    Just wonderful! Can you tell us a bit about how you made this?

  • kcranmer
    kcranmeralmost 7 years ago

    Excellent capture and the treatment process here is amazing, well done!

  • Thanks for your sincere comments. They are really appreciated.

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • Tom Vaughan
    Tom Vaughanalmost 7 years ago

    I just got delivery of this image as a card — it works very well!

  • Tom – Thanks for passing this on. I really appreciate it.

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • Tom – Thanks very much for purchasing this image as a greeting card. I really hope you enjoy it and the view it offers.

    Kind regards – Bill

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • Claire Armistead
    Claire Armisteadalmost 7 years ago

    This is amazing. I have no idea how you created this in camera, do you just move it? Anyway however it’s done, it’s AMAZING, actually, the whole series is!!! It’s such a unique take on such an obvious subject. I love it x

  • Thanks again Claire. at first I started playing with motion and exposure. Now I have it down to the point where I can create what I am feeling from my sylvan subjects.

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • musicalsole
    musicalsoleover 6 years ago

    This offering is visual stimulation comprised of the sight and song of imagination itself.

    Stay up

    R.T.

  • Thanks very much for this supportive comment. Much appreciated!

    – Bill Morgenstern

  • caroline ellis
    caroline ellisover 6 years ago

    great image, thought it was a painting

  • Bill Morgenstern
    Bill Morgensternover 6 years ago

    Thanks Caroline. It is painting with my camera…

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