Photographing Trees From Below


Photographer Grant Simon Rogers photographing leafless trees in winter from the bottom. Majestic images!
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9 Responses to Photographing Trees From Below

  1. A Little thing called ME time says:

    You have an inspiring blog ^_^ and have nominated you for Liebster Award. Keep posting :)

  2. Danielle says:

    I have done a similar photography project but hadn’t thought to turn them black and white! These shots are really effective! Thanks for sharing his work :)

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  4. bert0001 says:

    Doing this myself now and then ….
    but Rogers is a master

  5. Reblogged this on melindasordino47 and commented:
    In art class, we each picked out a piece of paper from a broken globe. The pieces of paper each have a name of a random thing written on them, and we’re suppose to spend the year trying to “turn that object into a piece of art”, according to my teacher. My object is a tree. I’m terrible at drawing trees. I guess I need to do some research. This is a good start.

  6. majesty is exactly the word! he really captures that they are alive….some of them look like creatures that are coming for you!

  7. loralorapa says:

    Beautiful :)

    J’aime mes arbres, ils représentent les poumons de la Terre :) Grands, majestueux, je respecte leur beauté, leur ancienneté, leur éternité :)

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