Friday, August 4, 2006


"If a tree falls in the forest does anybody hear?", Bruce Cockburn. These words just kept running through my head and they still do every time I look at this picture. It was taken in our creek at our farm. Close by were numerous tree branches in a heap. The important point is that these trees were cut by a beaver ~ just another part of nature. If required I could probably be a tree hugger.

7 comments:

naomi said...

Great Shot!

I'm definately a tree hugger.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

beautiful! I love black and white photography you did an awesome job taking this shot!

Gina Cuff said...

I know what you mean. There's construction going on beside our property, and it's heart breaking to see the trees crushed beneath giant rocks and debris. On a lighter note, your photo is just lovely!

Suzie Q said...

I hear you, lovely gentle lady, and I love your photo! :)

Rachael said...

This shot definately required b/w. Perfect!

carla said...

Wonderful contrast! I love the fine patterns the branches make.

the heartful blogger said...

A beautiful shot.

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