Thursday, April 3, 2014

T is for Tree Bark

Are you ready for another round of Alphabe Thursday? Let's go!

This is one of those themes that I keep revisiting unintentionally during many of my photo wanderings. Something about the texture and the possibilities for the depth of field really appeals to me. Enjoy.

Milwaukee Zoo, February 2013

Michell Park Conservatory, March 2013

Lake Geneva, March 2013

Doctors Park, April 2013
Greenfield Park, May 2013
Calvary Cemetery, May 2013
Estabrook Park, May 2013

VA Grounds, September 2013

Pinelawn Cemetery, October 2013
Klode Park, January 2014

Lake Park, February 2014

Check out what the other Alphabe Thursday participants posted for the letter T this week right here!


  1. Tree bark is always interesting -- I also like the moss that grows on it. Great shots!

  2. Tree bark really has a great texture to it, and each tree is individual just like us!

  3. These are all wonderful shots! Love the way you've captured the many textures of trees.

  4. love the compositions, with the tree's bark so sharp, and the background blurred. I really the tree at Lake Geneva! {:-D

  5. It's amazing how different each one is!

  6. I love all the different textures of the tree bark!! Cool shots!

  7. That last shot has such a great contrast between the slightly mossy tree bark and the snowy beach. Really cool!

  8. So very lovely to see the same subject presented in so many ways! I love trees, they seem sad, wise & beautiful all at once.


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