Monday, August 17, 2009

Monochrome mania

Gnarled tree at the Maharashtra Nature Park in Dharavi, Mumbai.
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28 comments:

  1. Such a cool shot! Looks like the roots are on the outside.

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  2. These trees look like banyan trees. Those roots just keep on growing and multiplying. Great for black and white!

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  3. Really marvelous shot and perfect for black and white!

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  4. Very nice, it almost looks like bodies wrapping around each other. Beautiful photo of the trees.

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  5. It´s just like the spaghetti in my fridge! I love that.

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  6. Wow. How many "legs" for that tree? ;-) Nice shot.

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  7. Seems like an overcrowded family.

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  8. Nice shot! So many roots around the main tree trunk.


    /christina

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  9. Lots of imaginary things to be seen in that tangle!

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  10. Very nice grey in this shot. Well done.

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  11. Lovely b&w! Is that a mangrove tree?
    Whatever, it is a snarly gnarly!

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  12. Lovely tree, it does have a large family....
    Nice find.

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  13. Oh wow, it looks like the trees roots!

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  14. Its a tree for a
    "Harry Potter" movie ;)
    It looks a little scary ...

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  15. What a mighty tree, sprouting limbs as if it wanted to amble about (and maybe it does).

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  16. Looks like the twisted ficas trees near my parents FL home

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  17. What a different trunk!FAbulous shot dear friend, congratulations!
    Léia

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  18. That is an absolutely gorgeous pic - I really love the style of the photo and the tree is just stunning!

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  19. Beautiful! I love pics like this...that seem to have so much history embedded in them...lovely.

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  20. What a tree! I love the bark/path contrast when enlarged.

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  21. Quite strange looking tree, but very beautiful and good captured!

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