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Discussion in 'Landscape' started by John Holbrook, Dec 5, 2019.
That's a nice scene with those rugged old trees and the stubborn ground cover with wispy clouds behind.
I should have titled the post, "Yes, another lone tree" because it seems I have developed a pattern (or fixation) for shooting them. In the future, I promise to "branch" out.
I like your perspective on this park. A refreshing departure from the usual amphitheater views but are still a familiar sight to those of us who frequent the place.
I have visited that park a lot over the years and on my last visit the crowds pushed me away from even bothering to go out on the usual viewpoints. Keep branching out - it's a big park away from the overlooks
Hey, its great to see a shot from Bryce that is not the typical postcard frame! Good job with the outside of the rocks thinking
This is super cool John! I enjoy iconic views of iconic places, but I also think it’s important at some stage of our growth as photographers that we do look for other compositions too. This is a great lesson to us all.
Congrats on the Daily Featured Post John!
Congratulations on he Daily Featured Post, John. I believe those are Bristlecone Pines which are very old (at least 1,000 years old at Bryce).
Great to see a more original composition from here, so well realized. Very worthy of DFP status!
it's nice to see something that isn't a hoodoo at this park. though it's a little funny that the tree sorta looks like a hoodoo.