Monday, March 9, 2009

My World Tuesday - When A Tree Falls...

I didn't realize it had been a litle while since I've participated in this meme. I wanted to participate but am not sure how much visiting of other blogs I can do. I'm still trying to catch up with the others for yesterday. LOL! Still, I wanted to participate. If you don't want to comment because of it, it's okay.

A couple of months ago I ventured up to the lake when it was foggy, looking to take some foggy shots and a crew was there taking care of a tree that had fallen over. I thought it make for some interesting shots.


So I was wondering... when a tree falls up at the lake, does anyone hear it?





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21 comments:

ewok1993 said...

I leave a comment because I like to not because I am expecting a return visit :)

See you on Wednesday :D

imac said...

Hi, now these are beautiful, the mist give the feeling of magic.
What a great oppotunity for photography.

Guy D said...

Great photo of your world, you never disappoint!

Have a great week!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Sylvia K said...

I, too, comment because I want to and I always enjoy your posts and you blog. These are great shots! Looks so foggy and gray, wonder what brought the tree down??
Thanks for sharing and have a great week!

kayleen said...

I really like the effect that the fog/mist gives the photos. Without the fog/mist, they wouldn't be nearly as interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Pam said...

The fog makes it look so mysterous. Great shots and I guess someone heard it and came to cut it up for the wood pile :D

Suzanne Casamento said...

The fog looks spooky. And the first shot of the broken tree really sets a scene of mystery!

Lilli & Nevada said...

It's always sad to see a big tree fall, Nice set of photos and the fog gives it a mystical look as well

Today's Blah... said...

These are unique shots, I too once took some photos when it typhooned here, though I still have to dig it up on my archives.

Don't worry of such returning visits, I come by your blog coz I enjoy your photos. :)

chrome3d said...

Maybe the thick fog dampens some of the noise.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I love the misty look of these TB. The question is: if a tree falls in the forest, does it make a noise if no one hears it? A good question which I have been pondering over and there are so many answers to it. :)

antigoni said...

Amazing photos! I hope nobody got hurt.

Darla said...

I'm sure the birdies that were nesting in that tree heard it fall! It's been foggy like that here lately. It's getting to be a busy time of the year for us gardeners so our visiting time is limited too! Visit when you can, you are always welcome.

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

dang

VALKYRIEN said...

Great foggy shots! And I comment only beacuse I want to! :)

Maybe it was an old tree - or the wind took it? It looks like a pine tree, and they are very dry and crispy in the wood , and don't like wind or heavy snow. I see it a lot in Norway, the spruce fall down and take its roots with it - but the pine brakes. I don't know if you have pine trees....

Tarolino said...

Hi, I enjoy your photographs as always. Nice action shots and the fog makes them seem wonderfully hazy.
Don't worry about not responding. I know how it does take a big chunk of time.

soulbrush said...

really like the misty look.

Glennis said...

I leave comments because I know how I enjoy hearing what others think of the places I blog about, but return visits are just the icing on the cake, sweet but not necessary.
I like your tree felling pics, we also have some tree felling going on it the hills above our home that we watch with interest. Though I hate to hear the groan as a tree falls1

BNS said...

Well, I don't know about the tree, but I'll bet someone heard that chainsaw!

Caprice- said...

Not if it falls on you! hehehe There was a huge rock (like 1/2 the size of my Toy truck) fell on the road during our last heavy rain storm last week. Luckily no one was under it when it tumbled off the cliff.
caprice

The Good Life in Virginia said...

probably....great shots of the massive tree.
have a great rest of the week.

erin in virginia