Sometimes it takes a while before a set of images that works comes together. Here are some tree photos that I made during the past couple of months, as we transition from verdant spring into the muted greens of our native plants’ summer dormancy. I hope you like them!
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fine art prints of trees are available in my print-on-demand store, forest and woodland wall art too of course! Or how about some decorative black & white photos of trees? Either way, a print purchase will support me greatly as a photographic artist. As usual, if you can’t find what you’re looking for in the store, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’ll be glad to help. Sky filled with branches and twigs of a large Engelmann Oak (Quercus engelmannii), Santa Rosa Plateau, Murrieta, California. March 2019. Prints available. Cottonwood trees (Populus fremontii ssp. fremontii) with bright green leaves in spring, Poway, California. March 2019. Young leaves on Black Oak trees (Quercus kelloggii) slowly turn from pink to green. Laguna Mountains, California, May 2019. Timeless evergreen Scrub Oak forest (Quercus berberidifolia) in old-growth chaparral, Del Mar Mesa Preserve, San Diego, California. July 2019.
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