REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Aspens in Winter

For several years, I have photographed a small grove of quaking aspens 15 miles north of where I live.  The location is called "Palmer Junction" and the homes are spaced fairly distant from each other.  The aspens are on the land of a family I've known for years.  Last summer, I made a series of panoramic photos of the trees, cropped about one-half of the way up from the ground.  They made striking images.  This week, I drove out to photograph the trees in snow.  Without leaves, the myriad tree branches create a busy image. That required some changes in my plans.




4 comments:

Barb said...

These are huge aspens - they must be old growth. I like how you've composed the shots. I like your frosty Header, too.

Ida said...

These are lovely. I think my favorite is the last one.

Anne Payne said...

Wow, Evelyn! These are breathtaking images!!! I love them all but that first is amazingly beautiful!

Lisa Gordon said...

They are so regal-looking, Evelyn, and these photographs are really beautiful.