Categories Month of Squares Weekly Prompts Trees on Solid Ground Post author By David Meredith Post date 10/07/2021 13 Comments on Trees on Solid Ground Bedrock on the edge of Berford Lake on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario at dawn. The trees along the shoreline can’t be growing in much soil. This is my contribution to the Weekly Prompts: Solid challenge and also a contribution to Becky’s July Squares: Trees photo challenge. Like this:Like Loading... Related Tags bedrock, Berford Lake, cloud, David M's photoblog, David Meredith, dawn, live composite, long exposure, shoreline, trees, TreeSquare, Weekly Prompts ← Trees #10 → Trees #11 13 replies on “Trees on Solid Ground” What a beautiful photo, David. Nice to see you. Thanks Sue. It was originally going to be a July Square but it was one of the ones that didn’t make the final cut. Then I saw your Solid prompt I thought of the bedrock in the foreground. Perfect and thank you for taking part. I have been deliberately trying to cut down on the number of challenges I contribute to. I realised in the spring that I was neglecting posting my new work unless it worked for a challenge. I don’t blame you. I tend to post just a couple of times a week and at the same time as we post the challenges on Weekly Prompts. The whole process of doing other challenges was taking up too much of my time. It also doesn’t help that our rural internet has been overloaded and flaky since people started working and schooling from home with the Covid-19 pandemic. Oh, I can imagine. That moody sky is mesmerizing. Lovely photo, David. Thanks Olga. I’ve been in a moody skies mood since discovering the live composite setting on my Olympus camera a year or so ago. wow what a photograph, so glad that bedrock inspired you to share this one, and feel honoured it is part of TreeSquare Thanks Becky. It was already edited for a square but was one of the squares that didn’t make the 31. Wonderful composition, David! Thanks, glad you liked it. It was a shot that worked quite well as a square. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.