Trees are so plentiful that it's easy to miss them. The forest and the trees virtually disappear into the background - like a stage set that serves no purpose. But this is only because we take them for granted - trees are everywhere, they become commonplace, they'll always be here.
But what if you take the time to look closely and really see trees. See them in different seasons, different light, different weather conditions, different stages of their lives. In the summer the leaves hide the true nature of the tree. In the winter, the lines and patterns made by leafless branches with directional sunlight is like a charcoal sketch made by nature itself.
Of course to really see trees, we need do the hardest things of all - we need to slow down, walk, stare, stop and think. And if we do, the trees will come to the foreground and we will see them.
For anyone who has followed my photography, you'll know that trees are a recurring subject for me. So I created a small black & white folio project called "Seeing Trees".
Click on the link... Folio - Seeing Trees to view them. Enjoy!