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Intersections by reflector

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Intersections. I like trees of all kinds but where I live the Moreton Bay Fig Tree is always a huge tree that demonstrates natures power and the will to live and thrive.
Their knotted root systems have always grabbed my attention – they are very free-form and abstract

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grey, tree, plant, nature, flora, roots

I enjoy the whole creative process from beginning to end and seek to discover and portray the world in all of it’s rich, intense colours and interesting forms, textures and subjects. I draw inspiration from the harmonious colour schemes often present in the natural environment when creating my Graphic Designs, or composing a Photograph or other work.

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  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1over 6 years ago

    fantastic image – beautifully lit and those roots just grab the attantion as well as each other…

  • Thanks for the Fave ! I just had to put this one up before the zzzzz’s come into effect !

    – reflector

  • blamo
    blamoover 6 years ago

    As above ………………… brilliant and zzzzzzzzzzz well

  • Thanks a lot Blamo ! I couldn’t get on RB today, but I did sleep well last night ! Thanks for making it a Fav !

    – reflector

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    another beautiful shot

  • Thanks very much Antanas ! These last nine photos were all on the same day and I only walked half a mile to find them all !

    – reflector

  • Jim Caldwell
    Jim Caldwellover 6 years ago

    Looks like the foot on a lizard. ;-)


  • That’s a very creative way to look at it, Thanks Jim !

    – reflector

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 6 years ago

    cool shot- you can imagine so many things- I see the side of a hand and fingers

  • I can see a sharks tooth in the lower right corner, but I wasn’t looking at it like that until I saw Jim’s and your comment. Thanks a lot Cheryl !

    – reflector

  • christiane
    christianeover 6 years ago

    I can imagine this coming alive once the sun goes down – only need this part of the tree to be effective, grat capture

  • Thanks Christiane ! Believe me, when the sun goes down you would be better off in another suburb ( unfortunately ). That tree was so massive that I would have to stand maybe 50 feet away to get it all in the frame !

    – reflector

  • danielson
    danielsonover 6 years ago

    interesting shapes and lines, well done

  • Thanks a lot Daniel – it shows randomness and concurrent purposeful growth – like life itself !

    – reflector

  • danielson
    danielsonover 6 years ago

  • Thanks for that Dan ! I uploaded this last night, replied to Dinghy, then went straight to sleep and I didn’t frame it.

    – reflector

  • Rosina  Lamberti
    Rosina Lambertiover 6 years ago

    lovely work, l love these trees

  • Thanks a lot Rosina, I like them too !

    – reflector

  • Maureen Bloesch
    Maureen Bloeschover 5 years ago


  • Thank you, I like these trees – they look so strong !

    – reflector

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