Continuing on with some more of our natural wonders found in Bulow Woods. Both of us love these old trees and their roots that appear to have gotten too large to fit into grounds. Almost like trees develop arthritis the older they get and their roots become big and twisted. These lend themselves so well to the type of photography that we do. Neither of us remembers who took which of these images. We were sharing the Nikon N90X that day.
This tree really captured my interest. See how the trunk appears to be twisted, roots digging in?
Some more gnarly roots sheltering a doorway to a gnome house maybe?
We can’t wait to get back there with out medium format cameras to capture some more of the wonderful detail on these. Right now the weather is not cooperating. I know this is Florida, but believe me the sun doesn’t always shine. The last couple of months have been windy and more grey skies than blue. We are both ready for some sunshine. Marks is itching to try out his new camera, a Mamiya C330.
Both the above were scanned from negative.
Enjoy the day wherever you are and thanks for visiting.