Solen börjar sakta värma igen men lövsprickningen har ännu inte kommit igång. Äppelträdet ser därför ut som det gjort i flera månader nu. Jag vet att det händer saker inne i knopparna men utanpå syns ingenting. Den här gången inspirerade de kala grenarna och stammarna mig att ta mer konstnärliga trädfoton. Den idén resulterade i att jag ramlade baklänges ner från stenbumlingen som trädet står på. Som tur var landade jag relativt mjukt i skogen istället för på asfalten.
The sun shine is starting to feel warm again but the buds have yet to burst. Hence, the apple tree looks the same as it has done for months. I know that things are happening inside the buds, invisible to me. This time the bare branches and stems inspired me to take more artistic tree photos than usual. This resulted in me falling backwards off the boulder that the apple tree is standing on. Luckily I landed in the relatively soft forest vegetation rather than on the road.
Fotona ovan är tagna 2015-03-05 i Uppsala.
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Thank you for all the nice comments. Both me and my camera are fine after that fall. But hopefully more careful in the future.
Such beautiful pictures – and I love the sheen of the bark and the colour of the rotting fruit.
It’s great to take risks for your art, but do be careful!
All the best 🙂
What a glorious tree, both in its shape and in the manner in which its bark seems to glow. Hope your fall didn’t leave any bruises!
The colour of that sky is incredible – such vibrancy. It shows the skeleton of your chosen tree so wonderfully. I do hope it was only your pride that was hurt in the fall. We’ve all been there haven’t we?
I followed a Apple tree last year, when the blossom comes it will be worth the wait. Lovely photos.
Your apple tree has beautiful bark. Glad you’re okay, please be careful while you follow this tree.
I really like those photos … thanks for risking life and limb to take and share them 😉
Love the intense blue of the sky!
Have a wonderful day!
They are informative as well as artistic. Specially like the second down and the bud. Hope you really are alright after your fall. I fell into a bush one time when I was trying to photograph a hoverfly without moving for a Stuck-Foot Post. http://tinyurl.com/ntc9clx