Happy Tree Tuesday – The Last Dance

I immediately fell for the beautiful shape of this old oak tree. It looks as if it is dancing, don’t you think?

But when I got closer I saw the enormous damage. Very sad …

In the spring I get to see if it has survived. However, trees are strong, they do not give up easily!

Enjoy and please join our Happy Tree Tuesday! 🙂

Hasselblad SWC
Kodak Tri-X 400
FX39 1:9 12min 20C

Hasselblad SWC
Kodak Tri-X 400
FX39 1:9 12min 20C

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25 thoughts on “Happy Tree Tuesday – The Last Dance

    • Thank you very much! Yes, their branches looks almost graphical with snow on it.
      Here it has been snowing for months now…. It melted away a bit last week, but now it is snowing again…..

    • I found it a couple of months ago on a swedish “Ebay”. It wasn’t a steal, but I got it at a good price, and I’m very happy over it. I have searched for a super wide for over a year, but they are quite rare, so I’m happy… 😉
      It’s a wonderful camera!
      Thanks John!

  1. The trunk of the oak tree certainly looks like its twisting away. The lack of snow on the lower mid-section of its trunk enhances the sense of motion in the image. Sad to hear its damaged, hopefully it survives this winter and many more after.

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