My Tree

It belongs to the park and in turn to everyone but it has become my tree.  I’ve photographed this oak tree (see it in all four seasons here) in the Alum Creek State Park for years now yet I never tire of it.  So on Christmas day when we decided to go out and take some photos in and of the snow DH asked me “Do you want me to drive past your tree?”

He knows me so well 💕

Teri

PS. Our visiting snowy owl is still hanging out behind and to the right of the tree here; it blended into the snow very well!  Someone local captured a photo of it eating a rodent so she is managing visiting here just fine.

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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11 Responses to My Tree

  1. Timothy Price says:

    That’s a lovely tree.

  2. Pit says:

    That reminds me of one episode in the “Midsomer Murders” series. There’s a photographer who takes pictures of one and the same tree from the same perspective every day.

  3. Lavinia Ross says:

    That is a beautiful composition with the dark tree on the snowy background. Glad to hear the owl is doing well.

  4. Nancy says:

    I love your tree!

  5. Deb says:

    Your four seasons looks great, I love the autumn look the most.
    The snow owl must be in peace nowadays, finding good camouflage. That stone bed in snow behind the tree looks like it could hide a hundred snow owls 🙂

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