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November 3, 2007 / Bo Mackison

Solitary Tree

Solitary Tree

Self-reliance is the only road to true freedom, and being one’s own person is its ultimate reward. — Patricia Sampson
This solitary tree stands in a small remnant of prairie located in Owen Conservation Park in Madison, Wisconsin.
© 2007 barbara

4 Comments

  1. Nature Gal / Nov 4 2007 5:04 am

    a lovely image with beautiful reddish-brown color that does reminds us that it is fall after all.
    We took a walk through some fields around here yesterday, there I also noticed 3 isolated trees that somehow stood out and caught my attention. I find it interesting how our pictures reflect our personal view (here I am talking about ‘view’ in terms of how each of us sees nature, the tree, the flower, the Image). I decided to show the isolation of the trees by including quite a bit of what surrounds them, you show a lot more detail of the tree itself; individuals, all of us! And that is what makes photography such a fascinating art, isn’t it.
    L.

  2. Yo / Nov 5 2007 5:52 pm

    Love this pic! Beautiful light and tree :).

  3. barbara / Nov 6 2007 5:09 am

    Nature Gal, Thanks. I have another photo I’ll post soon. It also has 3 trees like yours, but they are all separated quite a bit, and stand in a diagonal angle. I was attracted to the perfect perspective effect.
    Yo, Thanks. Glad you stopped by.

  4. bunnyblu / Nov 10 2007 11:42 am

    this is such a powerful visual, thanks barbara!

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