Sun through the Leaves by fbailey

Sun through the Leaves

I started trying to photo another subject completely and then sidetracked myself with my favourite tree in the garden. It's a form of metasequoia or ancient redwood native to the US and can reach 70 - 100 ft. This one is probably about 40 ft right now. The leaves are very delicate and remind me of golden feathers. Sooc.
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Lovely light!
May 20th, 2020  
really stands out against the dark background
May 20th, 2020  
lovely light
May 20th, 2020  
Beautiful shot.
May 20th, 2020  
great shot, I like light and shadows
May 20th, 2020  
My first thought was "lovely light" too. :)
May 20th, 2020  
I like the textures of the evergreen branches and the light and shadows.
May 20th, 2020  
an unusual colour for an evergreen - you must have a large garden to be able to accommodate it. I like the way the light has caught this branch and added interest through the shadows.
May 20th, 2020  
Sings of spring with this lovely fresh green.
May 20th, 2020  
nice presentation
May 20th, 2020  
They do look like feather - beautiful light
May 20th, 2020  
Very distinctive.
May 20th, 2020  
Nice lighting!
May 21st, 2020  
Special on black. Love how you caught the light.
May 21st, 2020  
What fascinating needles highlighted nicely by the light
May 21st, 2020  
Beautiful texture and light
May 21st, 2020  
Superb light felicity.
Love the photo and composition
May 21st, 2020  
What wonderful lighting and detail. :)
May 21st, 2020  
Great shot, composition and use of light.
May 21st, 2020  
Golden feathers indeedy - beautiful
May 21st, 2020  
Lovely light.
May 21st, 2020  
Beautiful against the dark background!
May 21st, 2020  
absolutely gorgeous
May 21st, 2020  
Beautiful lighting and capture. Fav!! 😀
May 21st, 2020  
Beautiful capture...fav
May 21st, 2020  
Lovely
May 21st, 2020  
@randystreat It's actually deciduous Kathy. @helenhall Although it's tall Helen, its branches don't spread too far out and the leaves don't block the light. My garden is not very big, someone recently kindly described it as 'lush' - I think they were being polite for densely planted!
May 21st, 2020  
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