"Framed" by Phil Thomson IPA

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Two of the old trees that have withstood the tests of time on the dry lake bed at Charlemont, an historic sheep station at Connewarre, South of Geelong.


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I often stand in awe and admire the beauty of God’s Creation. The colours, textures, tones and shapes,especially the way the light falls and reflects, thus revealing things often overlooked, particularly during the grandeur of a sunrise or sunset, or the spectacle of a rainbow.
I really just want to try and capture and share some of what I see as “The Creator’s Handiwork”.

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  • Ruth Palmer
    Ruth Palmerabout 6 years ago

    PHIL! Stunning work my friend and beautiful treatment! Awesome as always! God Bless!

  • sajal maskey
    sajal maskeyabout 6 years ago

    nice color , perfectly designed tree , awesome pic,

  • Chris  Willis
    Chris Willisabout 6 years ago

    Love the composition, Phil….we live in a very harsh climate here in Oz….It’s quite amazing that anything survives at all, sometimes…Would love to see a full colour image of this :-) The cloud formations look fascinating.

  • photosan
    photosanabout 6 years ago

    Love the clarity and detail in this work…

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleabout 6 years ago

    You certainly have emphasised the arid conditions with the treatment – well thought out Phil.

  • Hans Kawitzki
    Hans Kawitzkiabout 6 years ago

    brilliant composition,fine details and toning,great image Phil

  • AlMiller
    AlMillerabout 6 years ago

    Phil this is another beautiful piece of work

  • Daniel J. McCauley IV
    Daniel J. McCa...about 6 years ago

    Beautifully framed. Excellent tones. Super image!!

  • midzing
    midzingabout 6 years ago

    stunning Phil,,,,I love the tones,,,well done

  • Birgitta
    Birgittaabout 6 years ago

    Oh wow…that really stands out. I love craggly old trees like this!

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