Willow Weeping
I have grown to love the Willow trees at Lake Weeroona in Bendigo. (Australia) Ever changing as their leaves go yellow in Autumn and drop off in winter, they have a unique character on the lake which gives ever changing imagery.
I have enjoyed turning these trees to black and white or adding tone and adding layers of texture, some of them look like worked drawings or prints. An unending source of creativity.


aorb, bendigo, black and white, lake weeroona, landscape, lorraine mccarthy, nature, texture, tree, willow tree


  • saxonfenken
    saxonfenkenalmost 4 years ago

    I like it in B/W, good thinking

  • Thanks so very much Saxon.

    – Lozzar Landscape

  • Ivana Redwine
    Ivana Redwinealmost 4 years ago

    What a wonderful mood you have created in this image! The use of black and white works beautifully here.

  • Thanks so much Ivana, it was ok in color, but the b&w bought everything out more.

    – Lozzar Landscape

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsalmost 4 years ago

    A beautifully flowing image! Great light and subtle shadows cast!

  • And you know I love capturing light and shadows!!

    – Lozzar Landscape

  • Eve Parry
    Eve Parryalmost 4 years ago

    Well composed Lorraine.

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