Bokeh effect frames an amazing tree wrapped in spiders web
Posted July 22, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Shape, Texture, Wildlife
Tagged with Aberdeenshire, Bokeh, Colour, creativity, culture, Flowers, LSSi, nature, Photography, Scotland, Scott_Marshall, Shape, skm1963, spiders web, Texture, Wildlife
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Them damned cobwebs…. sometimes I cuss them, other times they add to the effect. Any idea what the plant is?
Succulents are favs of mine… The daughter has many throughout her beautiful garden….
Fabulous shot Scott; delicate and beautiful…
you don’t know what is Carolyn? it has pine cones and is like a giant fir
No Scott, can’t help with its name… It is so very unusual.
Wonderful shot. I had to look up bokeh on Wikipedia, but now I know.
always trying to educate Lorna – ha ha
You captured that delicate web, masterfully.
Intriguing shot, almost menacing I’m still none the wiser what it is, but curious. Wouldn’t be one of those monkey puzzle trees, would it?
it is like a giant Fir plus acorns
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