10 thoughts on “Tree stump

  1. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much. I like to share what I see, because not everyone has time to be outside and see a lot of interesting and beautiful things.

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  2. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much. The bark of a tree always has a very interesting texture, but old trees are especially interesting, probably, their textures are a kind of records of past years. That’s why I love photographing them.

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  3. Shaily Agrawal

    More than the stump, i love the bright colours in the bottom. I love the composition. However, I think if you had taken a longer shot (the bark smaller–70% of present–and more of background) it would have looked even more beautiful.

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      1. Shaily Agrawal

        Hehehe! I suggested because I assumed you had a larger shot as well. I usually take multiple shots, close ups and zoom ins because I am unsure of my photography skills! 😁

      2. vovazinger Post author

        Most of my photos of the Charles River were taken from a kayak. And if the flow of the river is not strong, it is still there, and sometimes it is almost impossible to take two pictures of the same place with different settings.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you, Rebecca. The bark of a tree is texture on the one hand, and history on the other. And history is always mysterious, always wants us to know more or at least explored it.

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