Monday, August 18, 2008

Russian Olive Tree

Russian Olive

I found these Russian Olives to be quite hard to photograph to my liking.  They show so much potential with the silvery leaves and the thorns, but they have such a dense cluster of branches it is hard to arrange order out of what I see.

I like this shot, though.  It feels like a cluster of fairies are blurred in front of the trees, which would be a really excellent find if it were true.  Actually it is true.  This was a truly excellent find.

1 comment:

Jozette said...

Oh this tree is gorgeous!! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog :)

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