Tuesday Photo Challenge – Trees

The Tuesday Photo Challenge – Trees was one of those prompts that gave me so many ideas it was difficult coming up with a theme.

So I decided to go with a tour of the decades starting with a one of my earliest photos. So early in fact that the original negative got lost or damaged and I ended up photographing the scene again when we got snow a couple of years later.

Trees in the snow, Hatherton, Cheshire, England in the 1970s.

trees in snow, Hatherton, Cheshire, England.

 

Snow dusted trees in the mist at sunrise, Hatherton, Cheshire, England in the 1980s.

Tuesday Photo Challenge - Trees

 

Trees and their shadows, Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England in the 1990s.

Trees and their shadows on farmland.

 

Hoarfrost covered trees on snow covered farmland at sunrise, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada in the 1990s.

Tuesday Photo Challenge - Trees

 

Trees in autumn on the Niagara Escarpment, South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada in the 2010s.

Golden hour autumn colour.

15 thoughts on “Tuesday Photo Challenge – Trees”

      1. Yes, it would have taught me a lesson as well! Currently I have 3 storages: my memory disk, my computer, and the iCloud. I’ve been told I need to add at least one more level.

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      2. I’d suggest an external hard drive that can be removed and stored at another location or at least in a different part of the building. I have two externals and rotate the one being stored off site. I had an external hard drive fail a few years ago so now have a third backup on a tiny external SSD.

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