They Touch The Skies










Comments

Icy BC said…
I love the perspective in these gorgeous photos, Jo!
Secondary Roads said…
Yes they do! Awesome. And humbling.
rainfield61 said…
These are my favourite.

They are lovely.
Ann said…
Very nice shots. Love the perspective.
bessye said…
Well hello Joanne! I love your new look my friend..yes I'm back! This is the first site of yours I've visited so far. I think it looks wonderful, cheerful, sleek and sophisticated. I'll have to follow your footsteps...(lol). Thank you Joanne for remaining a follower.

bessye
RNSANE said…
They are magnificent, Jo. I've been to a couple of retreats at the cottage at Stern Grove. It was a bit chilly in there and stayed foggy each time but we had productive days. I've never attended a concert there but wanted to go when the Preservation Hall Jazz Band from New Orleans was there.
Angela said…
I love the sun shining through the trees, and the way they reach up to the sky. Beautiful!
Diane AZ said…
Oh my, they are so very tall! Looks like a wonderful place to walk. Gorgeous images!
ruthi said…
Great composition. Love your shots. My favorite is the first one. I feel like I am looking up. Another great shot.
CM said…
CA redwoods...never been but want to some day. Great shots! Love the perspective in the first one.
Ratty said…
I love all of these different angles you have today. I've done some like this myself, but I never have shared any yet. I have always thought things like this were fun to get.
AVCr8teur said…
I like the diagonal view of the trees which is a different way of photographing a familiar object.
Mrs. M @ TLC said…
Love your photos, especially the first one. The trees looked really touching the sky.
MedaM said…
It seems to me that I can smell these tall trees and only hear birds singing while looking at these beautiful photos.
Sadia Hussain said…
Unfolded Magnificence!
That's how I see these trees as they brush the skies!
Wonderful Joanne!
Hugs,Sadia
SquirrelQueen said…
Beautiful, the first and third photos are my favorite way to view trees and sky. I really like the perspective of the second shot, well done.

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