On the surface, it's sad. You wonder if the leaves will ever return, or if you're looking at the lifeless remnants of something that once was and likely will never be again. Yes, it's "just" some wild-growth brush, and we don't grieve over lost plant life in the same way we mourn an individual or even a pet. But a stripped-bare scene like this still gives me pause. Maybe we all need more excuses to pause and think. Maybe there's a lesson in the stripped-bare beauty.
Your turn: Shoot something that evokes this week's theme, bare. Post the result - or results - to your blog or website, then leave a comment here letting folks know where to find it. Visit other participants through the week to share the photographic joy, and feel free to invite a friend along for the ride. For more info on how Thematic works, click here. Thanks again for making this such a highlight. Enjoy...
I am not at home, I have no specific responsabilities except to walk the dog and feed my hobby, lots of time to participante in Carmi's photographic projects!
Bare as the eyes will see- here's mine
I love winter trees. You really see the strength of the tree when naked.
I bare all over here! http://gillymaccsphotos.blogspot.com
Who dares to bare it all?
Nice topic, here's mine https://evasmoodboard.wordpress.com/2016/01/14/8448/
You're right, I think there is a lesson in the stripped bare beauty! I personally think the twigs look totally magical, like constellations.
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