Photography Uprooted Tree Posted on April 25, 2012June 19, 2012 by Thomas Slatin [geo_mashup_show_on_map_link zoom=10]View On FlickrSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Creative Potential Of The Mentally Unhinged Next Post130 Journal Writing Prompts! 20 thoughts on “Uprooted Tree”Your website seems different now. I like it more though. Beautiful shot as always!Loading...ReplyI have mo idea that this is the new look of your site ha ha. That was a good move and I like it. The photo though is I suppose I look at it as a way of life. We live, we grow old we die. However , just like with this tree a good life will always leave its mark. That is what people call LEGACY.Loading...ReplyMaybe it’s because this tree is too old. Really good at taking angles, this image looks so alive. What a great photographer!Loading...ReplyThis tree is really old. I once found a petrified tree, I guess some trees do become fossils.Loading...ReplyThe picture looks very detailes, I love it and also the colors and the topic that you choose.Loading...ReplyGreat image, very focused! The atmosphere seemed so comfortable, I felt like I was there when I looked at it.Loading...ReplySo that’s what a uprooted tree looks like! Excellent photo material! Thanks for sharing.Loading...ReplyNice work done. The tree was uprooted complete. The photography work is superb man.Loading...ReplyNice and well taken photo done by an expert in the field. The photo was well captured by you.Loading...ReplySuch a poor tree. It must have been quite old.Loading...ReplyThis is what causes destruction to our environment. It’s a sad site.Loading...ReplyI feel bad whenever I see a fallen tree. So destructive to our environment.Loading...ReplyNo wonder the climate is changing. We are destroying our environment at an alarming rate.Loading...ReplyWe need to take better care of nature. We only have one earth.Loading...ReplyThe level of detail is impressive. this is an awesome shot.Loading...ReplyThe blurred background makes the foreground stand out. Wonderful technique Tom!Loading...ReplyThis tree probably took decades to get to this size. Very sad that it was uprooted in only a day.Loading...ReplyI wonder why the tree might have been uprooted. Probably for its wood.Loading...ReplyI love the color on the shot. It blends beautifully.Loading...ReplyLooks like it was uprooted a while back. the roots are all dried up.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.