Oh, this whole world keeps spinning 'round. It's a wonder tall trees ain't layin' down. There comes a time, comes a time.
Neil Young

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Illusion

One very cool twisty tree?
 Or two perfectly curved trees creating an illusion?

Which do you like better?

Linking to Your Sunday Best.
Linking to SOOC Sunday.
Linking to Farm Photo Friday.

16 comments:

Genie said...

Oh, I like the first one. Last week or the week before I posted shadows which appeared to be dancing. It is amazing what can be seen when one opens the eyes and really looks around and about. Ms. R

Linda Makiej said...

These are wonderful - love the first one!!

bailey-road.com said...

These are both beautiful captures!

Prairie Cat said...

Very neat! The first one is just so lovely and... well, weird, though!

pcphotoblog said...

Lovely illusion!!!!

Cheryl said...

I've got intertwined branches not unlike that first shot. I love staring through the loop they create.

I love looking through the trees to find the little house in the 2nd.

I like them both but I'm really partial to the first.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice photos.

Regards and best wishes

Charade said...

I like the last one, simply because of the vision of the cabin seen through the trees. And the tree shapes are still very interesting.

Madge Bloom said...

Lovely, I think I like the more parallel lines of the second image....

Deborah said...

beautiful photography, but the last photo speaks to me . . .

Delena said...

I think the first one is cooler.

rainfield61 said...

Both are good.

And I love to see more.

Kerri said...

I like the first one. Great job on the photography! Oh, and I whould like to be e-mail pals with your sister: Yoyo.

-Farm Girl

Nancy Claeys said...

I believe both photos show how these trees have battled the elements to thrive.

Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best, Tayet. :)

edenhills said...

They are both very interesting, but I do think I like the illusion a bit more.

MarieElizabeth said...

I like the first one best. I love when trees have such character.