This is my contribution to Ann-Christine’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: You Pick It prompt.
Shortly before Ann-Christine posted the prompt I had been for a walk. One of the things I did on the walk was continue my experiments with intentional camera movement.
As a result I decided to look back at some of the photos from my experiments with intentional camera movement. Specifically the photos of trees on my walks.
Trees in leaf in mid summer. A previously unedited photo from the 52 week photo project I did in 2018.
Bare trees in the snow in winter. A photo from about six weeks ago when I was limited to certain routes when out for a walk.
Trees in a mixture of leaf litter and patches of snow. A photo from a few weeks ago after a thaw. The mixture of leaf litter and snow on the ground gives the foreground a different appearance.
Bare trees in early spring. Taken last Saturday afternoon and the photo that gave me the idea for this post.