I like to explore….
The sky is stunning!
Is the tree supposed to look like that?
Yes! It’s like it’s from another planet I think….
Thank you! 🙂
Wow. I love this tree! Amazing photo.
They are quite impressive aren’t they?! Thanks for commenting 🙂
Wonderful picture! Love colors and contrast. Very clear!
Thank you Ana, yes the sky was so blue and the tree so white it just ‘popped’ 🙂
That’s a weird looking tree! I love trees! Nice shot Tania!
Weird and wonderful! Thanks 🙂
What an interesting looking tree!!
I know! It’s like it has ‘stars the ends – so strange but lovely 🙂
love the textured bark and the silver of the tree against that brilliant sky.. just beautiful.
Thank you so much, yes they are a match made in heaven! 🙂
Looks to me like the tree is reaching its ‘arms’ up to the sky in thanks! Such a cool shot!
Haha yes that is so true! I had thought of it as stars on the ends but they ARE like arms with splayed hands reaching up!! Cool…:)
Very nice! Unusual for me. I have not seen this before.
I hadn’t either, nice to be able to share this strange discovery 🙂
Breath=gone this is amazing!
🙂 Thanks, glad you like it!
This is interesting and beautiful.
Thank you 🙂
Oh dearest Tan, this is my tree 🙂 I loved how you captured with the sky… You are amazing. Thank you, with my love, nia
Too kind, as always, nia! Thanks
So..how often do you travel?? And how is it that you’ve been able to go to all these amazing places??
Hey! Not often enough! Ha. Well this was taken on the last leg of an ‘around the world’ 6 month trip I did of the Southern Hemisphere – I missed out on lots of places but also managed to cram in an astonishing amount of travelling and saw / did some utterly incredible, dream-fulfilling things…..I had been working in a shop when I finished Uni and I decided to save up and see the world. I bought the ticket (included flights for the whole trip) and then moved to London where I was lucky enough to live rent-free and had 9 months to save up working in a call centre and focussing on my goal – not spending money on anything I didn’t actually need in that time. I have also been to Australia – East, West and Uluru and Nepal….I am not on a great wage but I can be determined to save when I need to and also have had friends help me by putting me up cheaply since rent is the big money-eater 🙂
The color of the sky is amazing, so is the tree itself 😀
Thank you, I agree! 🙂
Weird and wonderful!
Like the best of nature always is! 🙂 Thank you
I’ve always said it’s a mistake to sell chainsaws to birds, and this photo clearly shows why… : P
Great contrast of shape and colour. Has an almost abstract feel to it.
I agree 🙂 Thanks
I am in love with deep blue. It is often what I seek in my photography and when it stands in stark contrast to the subject of a shot it takes on its own life. This photo makes me dream
I agree! The sky and the tree bring out the best in each other! I dream of travelling all the time 🙂
I will be in Italy for almost 4 weeks in May. We move around often for Juliet’s work so I we have been in Colorado since last July and now we are thinking Los Angeles. We will also be in Malaysia and Thailand in the next 10 months (and hopefully France)..thanks for keeping the fire of travel so fresh in my mind with your posts
WOW awesome! Malaysia is somewhere I hope to visit when I go to Cambodia too! It is supposed to be incredibly beautiful 🙂 It’s very cool that you get to travel a lot and it must give you lots of inspiration too
pretty much my impetus for being alive (that and to entertain) I have met a Malaysian friend on FB and also here on WP
The bark is almost like a sycamore tree that we have here. Love the blue backdrop.
Wow the Namib is very high on my bucket list!
I can’t recommend it enough – I went on a 3 week overland tour from Cape Town to Vic Falls with Nomad Tours and had such an amazing time – highly recommended. It was in a truck so you obviously hope to be travelling with a great group and I was VERY lucky to have just that 🙂
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