What’s the tree in photo #3 pointing at?
I am not sure. Up for interpretation. Thanks for stopping in. 🙂
Thank you Sally. I appreciate you saying so. 🙂
What a great view to show 🙂
All the best,
Thank you for stopping by and your kind words Hanna. 🙂
Very nice! The colour vs. the monotones really works well.
Thank you Dragon. 🙂
Yes, Alison, there is something about the stark beauty of dead trees. I especially love those black and white images. Reminds me of the dead, gnarly mesquites in our west Texas desert.
Thank you so much Bob. Would love to see some of those mesquites. Nevada and Texas have a bit in common I think. 🙂
These are gorgeous.
Thanks Tuxedo. Your comment made me smile. 🙂
That’s too bad that they were burned. The trees are kind of dead, are they? Beautiful photos though.
Hi seeker, yes it was frustrating to find them burned. Yes these two trees stood out as dead, I like dead trees or leafless trees as a photo subject. Thanks for dropping by and looking. 🙂
I had to stop and say I really like tree number three. The mood you captured (B&W helped with that) is perfect. My comment on those buildings; Here in British Columbia I am noticing more and more abandoned buildings being destroyed by land owners. I have been told that they worry about animals getting trapped.
Thank you enman. That one is my favorite too. You know I think you are probably right about the reasons the buildings were taken down. These buildings straddled a road and I am sure they made an attractive and dangerous place for humans as well. Thanks for stopping in! 🙂
I love the clarity of your pictures
I’m saddened by the loss of the history…all the more reason to photograph what you see because it won’t always be there. Your photos are beautiful though. Best regards~
Yeah, we were too. The Bonham ranch had a place on the map and in a lot of peoples hearts. Now just a memory. Thanks for stopping in and commenting JK. 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Nice customized photography!
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