Photography Fallen Pines Posted on June 24, 2013June 16, 2013 by Thomas Slatin June 2013Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWriting Prompt Number 25 Next PostSign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign! 23 thoughts on “Fallen Pines”This is very unfortunate considering how beautiful these are. Why did they fell down? Forrest fire? Logging? In any case I hope there is a good reason for it.Loading...ReplyI always remember the series that I love to watch. Old medieval times. War series. Great capture, Tom.Loading...ReplyNature does surely heal itself. With or without human interference.Loading...ReplyWe should take more care of our forest, lot of beautiful animals are gone just because of our care free attitude. I hope those fallen pines can be attended toLoading...ReplyThese pines reminds me of the ones in my little garden. They can be very green and looks very natural.Loading...ReplyThis pines aren’t fallen by man, maybe rain or wind. We should keep protecting our forest from disasterLoading...ReplyThis photo of a fallen pine tree looks interesting. I don’t know how it fell, but it may be able to serve as shelter for some animals out there.Loading...ReplyI wonder if its possible for this tree to cut off without human doing that. Well you are a researcher and I professional photographer. I love your photography work.Loading...ReplyFallen pines I really wondered what made them fall. I like pines because of how they were designed by natureLoading...ReplyIt may be due to the force of nature for which this pine is on the ground, but let’s not be blind in this, not everything is the fault of nature, I think that in reality there is the destructive hand of man.Loading...ReplyWhen we are on rainy season, trees do fall. I think it is the same scenario here.Loading...ReplyIt’s always sad when this happens. We should protect our environment more.Loading...ReplyI sure hope this is not the work of man. That would be so heartbreaking.Loading...ReplyPoor pine tree. All it’s good for in this state is charcoal.Loading...ReplyThe pine tree ought to be replaced with a new one. A small part of me dies whenever I see a fallen tree.Loading...ReplyShame on the people responsible for this. No wonder climate change is getting worse by the year.Loading...ReplyI feel like this could be dangerous. The tree should be probably removed from there.Loading...ReplyThe fallen pine acts as a habitat for numerous small animals. Such is the beauty of nature.Loading...ReplyI can only guess how old the pine was when it fell. Definitely a couple of decades.Loading...ReplyNothing pains me like a forest being destroyed. May God help us all.Loading...ReplyFrom the looks of it the tree fell not so long ago. I can bet it was the work of humans.Loading...ReplyHow many more trees must fall before we realize we are killing our environment? So very sad indeed.Loading...ReplyAwesome that you captured two shots; one with the sun gleam. I think a nighttime snapshot of this setting could add even more depth.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.