Monday, February 11, 2008

Visiting ASH

Canon 40D: 28-135 EF

We visited our daughter, Amy over the weekend. On Sunday she took us to a park near Wrightsville, Pa., which overlooks the Susquehanna River. She and her friend, Sandy had visited this park recently and discovered a unique tree at the overlook to the river. It was so windy that it was difficult to concentrate on photography.

Both Amy and Sandy posted pictures of this tree and she insisted that I post my take on the subject as well. It's not what I really wanted, but it's the best I got under the circumstances.


10 comments:

ASH's Eye said...

Hey, I like this picture! You made the best out of a difficult day for photography, for sure. I really like how you incorporated the view into the picture along with the tree.

Sand said...

I agree with Amy, sounds like a bad day for photos, but you still found a way to make this cool little tree shine! Thanks for posting it with us!

dot said...

This tree is amazing! I can almost see a person in there. I sure wouldn't want to be around it on a dark night. lol

oldmanlincoln said...

It is a nice photo, Willard. I think I saw the tree or one like it the other day.

lv2scpbk said...

I really like it. Looks like it's going in the direction of the view.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I do think its great to see all your family posting like this.. compairing shots and seeing how each other as caught it... I've enjoyed reading every one of the posts concerning this tree, I've studied each and every picture and I think the bests capture as to go....
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Untold.. as I don't want a family aguement now do I ;o)

imac said...

Amy - Sandy - Willard.
Cor tom - come ol Wommy dont be shy,haha, I vote 10 points each haha.

SHOOTING STAR said...

I have seen this tree on another blog. It is a really cool looing tree;-)

Jeanie

Marvin said...

The tree looks lonely compared to other shots I've seen. :-)

Nice work.

Kerri said...

Sorry I'm late in getting 'round...been a bit under the weather. I LOVE this tree....VERY UNIQUE!