Friday, 25 May 2012

Tree Fascination in Ely


This tree in Ely really caught my attention
 Its the way it hangs - over the river
 So many angles to go for
 I love it
 Both sides too
 Even angled

14 comments:

RuneE said...

A beauty among trees - what kind is it?

Cezar and Léia said...

Fascination is the right word indeed. The tree is wonderful and your pictures are one more amazing than other, you did perfect compositions, got different angles, bravo!
Léia

Jinksy said...

I think that tree is a Rastafarian...

Betty Manousos said...

such an awesome tree, and very well captured.

George said...

This is a beautiful tree and you've captured it beautifully in all your photos.

Linda said...

An amazing, gorgeous tree! Lovely photos...and I also love the reflections. Fantastic!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Stewart, Would you say that tree is a little tipsy?????? ha ha .... Love the way it leans over the water. It would take some time for Mom and Dad to comb that tree's hair each day, don't you think???? Tee Hee.
Betsy

Craver Vii said...

Willows are great for shade, but when they're trimmed like this, that's when we can best take advantage of the shade. It reminded me of the Beatles' haircuts.

photowannabe said...

Nice. I like the sweeping curves of the willow and the iron fence.
Great reflection captured too.

Filip and Kristel said...

I love these trees but I have not enough place to put one like that in our garden.

Greetings,
Filip

BlueShell said...

What an amazing tree!!! I've never seen such big one! Adorable...and the photos: magnificent!

Christopher Frost said...

Treemendous you might say.

You obviously saw the tree for the wood

ancient one said...

I would have called it a Weeping Willow tree. They love water. My husband wouldn't let me have one. He had heard the roots would go straight for the septic tank. I love your tree and all the angles.

Jackie said...

Love the weeping willow...and your photographs of it do it proud!!
No need for it to hang its head!!
Hugs,
Jackie