I discovered lots of interesting gnarled trees and their roots hugging the boulders strewn around Smuggler’s Notch near Stowe. Click on any picture to see them in slideshow format.
Canon 5d Mark II, EFL 16-24mm
B&W conversion in Adobe Lightroom
Posted October 21, 2016 by Lutz Braum in Black&White, Nature, US
Tagged with Black & White, nature, photography, roots, Tree, Vermont
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I love the unique perspectives, and the framing. You’ve certainly shown us a new way to look at trees! Nicely done, Lutz.
Thank you! I had fun discovering these roots.
Good texture for black and white photos.
Yes, it made for a fun project. Even though it was VERY tempting to also include the gorgeous fall colors that Vermont is so famous for. I’ll showcase those in the next post. 🙂
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