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A Brief History of the Wind by Chase Ankeny

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This old tree stands on top a gnarly peak on the far east border of Glassier National Park where the long and great plans suddenly and somewhat unexpectedly jump up in a shear wall of stone. It was not alone but stood with the corpses of many other trees who for some reason or other had ceased being able to live in the hostile environment that had given them birth and carved their living flesh into such masterpieces of wood. This one, though, this one was different. It was bigger and more warped and had lived far longer then any of its brethren or children that lay scatted about, and something in the way the silver wood gleamed, something in the way that it reached so far, forever seeking shelter from the wind, left me standing in awe.

Tags

black, dramatic, landscape, poetic, tree, white

Comments

  • jaffa
    jaffaover 6 years ago

    lovely stormy capture, evokes the cold.

  • paulevelin
    paulevelinover 6 years ago

    classic beauty
    outstanding

  • Narin Ismail
    Narin Ismailover 6 years ago

    beauty of all nature…. love the bw effects and the details.. well done

  • Sophie Watson
    Sophie Watsonover 6 years ago

    Beautiful

  • darkestartist
    darkestartistover 6 years ago

    ironically brreathtaking

  • Matt Roberts
    Matt Robertsover 6 years ago

    Very lonely image.

  • Nikki Trexel
    Nikki Trexelover 6 years ago

    it’s amazing…i can hear the wind howling and it seems very lonely there.

  • motomoto
    motomotoover 6 years ago

    Pretty shot! :)

  • greenfrog153
    greenfrog153over 6 years ago

    Great capture.

  • MikeBJ
    MikeBJover 6 years ago

    Nice.

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