Cottonwood Tree, Lake Henshaw

“The Cottonwood stands alone. The ever watchful and all seeing Monarch.
Strong in his solitude and vast in his wisdom.”*

Whenever I’m near Lake Henshaw, along Highway 76 to the east, I stop by this cottonwood tree and make some photos. Which mostly happens to be when some heavy weather is rolling through San Diego County. I love to be out in the back country then, to photograph the land with low hanging and dramatic clouds, trees shrouded in fog, and the fresh and glistening nature.

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*) poem by Katheryn Allensworth.

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3 Responses

    1. Thanks Joe. I’m not sure if I’m happy with mixing black & white and color photographs, for now it’s ok but in the long run, I think I’d like to have it all in color… or maybe I’m just too obsessed with keeping things nice and orderly. It’s in my “teutonic nature” as a friend on G+ recently said. LOL!

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