Standing Tall In A Past Life

Camera: Holga 120 WPCFIlm: Fuji Neopan 100 AcrosLocation: Lake Wenatchee State Park, Washington State

Camera: Holga 120 WPC
FIlm: Fuji Neopan 100 Acros
Location: Lake Wenatchee State Park, Washington State

Even with all the grand trees blanketing the mountain slopes along the lakes edge, I have a hard time taking my eyes away from the dead stump still proudly standing tall in the foreground of the image. Just another testament to how great trees are, even well past their prime, they still command our attention.

Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!

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About jsodphotography

Seattle based film photographer. Recording light through a pinhole, Holga, and various 35mm cameras.
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6 Responses to Standing Tall In A Past Life

  1. Nice Holga shot Jeff. I also really like dead trees, tree stumps, overturned trees (did I mention trees in all shapes, forms and sizes?). Happy Tree Tuesday

  2. They really have a story to tell us… Great capture Jeff!
    Happy Tree Tuesday!
    Marie

  3. evelyn says:

    wow, this is a great shot jeff! it looks very energetic, i like that a lot!

  4. This is gorgeous Jeff! 🙂 I love the way that the stump in the foreground stands out along with the eye following in the background so perfectly. A great shot!

    I’m new to Tree Tuesday and am so excited to share my 1st entry. I would love you to have a look if that’s Ok?…

    http://photomecrazy.com/2012/12/12/tree-tuesday-morning-mist/

    I am now so excited for Tuesday’s! ….Thanks for creating this challenge…

    “Happy Tree Tuesday”!!

  5. Great mood. Love the water’s surface.

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