03.29.2019 Frosty the Apple Tree

A repeat performance.  As March winds down and April is before us, here is an example of what April may bring as Spring unfolds.

Bentley’s backyard is a mucky quagmire of mud and soggy sod.  The poor little guy hates getting his feet wet but bravely steps out the door as he should.  Fortunately, there are rugs through the kitchen and hallway and aside the bed so by the time he hops up and crawls between the sheets his feet have become mud free. In other good news, he is back to sleeping through the night which makes us all happy.  For some reason, when I came home from the hospital he started getting up a few times during the night to go out.  But that’s over. Now if my bladder would sleep through the night. Lol.


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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11 Responses to 03.29.2019 Frosty the Apple Tree

  1. I really, really like this photo. The tree is simply majestic in its old golden age glory.

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  2. This has somewhat the air of a sepia print.

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  3. Timeless image. Classic.

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  4. Jackson says:

    Beautiful photo, Steve! It looks like a Russell Chatham painting.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    I’ve probably mentioned how much I enjoy sepia-toned photos, and this is a perfect example of the sort that appeal. It might be the result of post-processing, or it might have been natural: not knowing is part of the fun.

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    • Natural it is, Linda. I may have enhanced the warm tones a bit, but the processing was pretty straight forward. Anything that has a sepia toning is just happenstance in my work….so far, anyway. Steve has mentioned it a few times and you have just also so maybe that’ll come to the fore in future renderings. At any rate, whether intentional or not, I am happy that you enjoyed it.

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