Tuesday, 2 July 2013

One Tree

This is the start of some busy (but hopefully good) times - so my responses to posts may be a little slow and my posts wont be as long.

While we were away at Flinders - actually at the same beach as the last post - I noticed this single tree on the other side of the bay.  It reminded me  of a tree I used to see near where I fished as a kid.  (You can find a whole series of pictures of this memory tree here)



You can find more pictures from around the world at Our World Tuesday.

31 comments:

Timur said...

Nice capture !!

Greetings

eileeninmd said...

Pretty shot of the lone tree! Have a happy week!

Brian King said...

Awesome! I love photos of lone trees.

Arija said...

What a lovely shot! It reminds me of the tree on the hill in Naples, it impressed me on my 13th birthday, just before we embarked for Australia.

DeniseinVA said...

That's a great photo Stewart!

Sylvia K said...

Great shot for the day, Stewart! I do love that lone tree! Have a great week and enjoy!

Fun60 said...

I find it quite amazing that one tree survives where no others have managed.

Pat Tillett said...

Nice photo Stewart! I've always been drawn to solitary trees and quite a few photos of them.

I followed the link and there are some amazing photos there. Thannks!

TexWisGirl said...

cool tree!

DIMI said...

Lovely picture Stewart!!Great shot!!Have a lovely week!!!
Dimi...

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I like lone trees, they always seem so brave. Lovely picture.

Gary said...

Interesting setting!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Kerri said...

Love the minimalist feel to this!!

Gemma Wiseman said...

The lone tree seems to follow the direction of its favourite wind! Lovely atmosphere in this photo!

amanda | wildly simple said...

There are many trees where we live, lots of thick woods.. so I've always been especially drawn to the few that stand alone. There is one in particular that was left to stand in a field, when the rest of the field was cleared for growing hay. It is about an hour from our house, and several million / billion trees away - but it's that ONE that stands out!

Oman said...

one tree that tells a lot of story. cool shot.

Sandy Carlson said...

That's one striking photo! Thanks.

Karen said...

Great shot!

Lea said...

Interesting photo!
Have a wonderful week!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

Randi said...

That's a lovely photo, Stewart!

ladyfi said...

An evocative photo! Lovely.

Luna Miranda said...

this is simply beautiful. less is definitely more.:p

Kusum Sanu said...

Lone tree pics are always a hit!

Digi-Irma said...

Hi Stewart,
Beautiful photo of this tree.
Composition is perfect.
Regards, Irma

Babs Helferich said...

great photo :)

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely shot. One tree does not make a forest!! Margaret

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

Reminds me of lazy summer days up North...

Linda Kittmer said...

Nice shot!

Jill Harrison said...

I went and looked at your images of the tree - all beautiful in their own way. I have a tree a bit like this on my sister's farm.
Have a wonderful week.

Liz said...

Ah Flinders!! We had a holiday house there when I was growing up. We spent many summers there over many years.
Love this lone tree!

Terri said...

Cool looking tree- so lonesome out there by itself!