- red45 (31094)
- [2004-12-20 5:56]
Amazing shapes of those roots. I like composition and DOF. Interesting note too!
- willie (2083)
- [2004-12-20 6:17]
Very impressive shot again. This tree sure needs a big root system to keep it up.
- Luc (14767)
- [2004-12-20 7:02]
Bel enchevÍtrement de racines qui ont perdu leur sol, Janice!
J'aime l'aspect sculptural de cette image.
Un bel ouvrage: image et note.
Bravo et Merci
- netfalls (0)
- [2004-12-20 10:44]
very good shot, well done.
- extramundi (13178)
- [2004-12-20 17:03]
Nice shot, a very interesting post.
You got a very strong composition.
The shot has an important blue light component, maybe you can lower a bit to get more contrast. Very well done, more considering the camera. Thanks.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2004-12-20 18:01]
This is far better than the previous post of the tree, the tangle of living roots look like they are a scene out of lord of the rings. The texture of the wood is great. the extra info is very good too and goes a long way to letting me understand how this tree survives with so little root in the ground. nice one.
A nice note, and and interesting picture. However, you must try and have some point of interest in you picture, to "grab and hold" the eye, otherwise the eyes just wander all over the frame. This is the case here.
Still, an intesting note and rendition of Old Man Willow.
- japie (5187)
- [2004-12-23 15:12]
I found this note and image combination to be very interesting. It is aamzing how roots can form these intersesting shapes, yet we are unaware of it.
Very well done and thanks for posting.
- livios (16942)
- [2005-04-14 11:16]
Janice, the Pohutukawa tree is really impressive. Twisted roots in a great composition. Well spotted.