An appreciation of the network of branches of this old sugar maple, the survivor of the pair often photographed atop Mount Pollux.
Black and White
Shot at 90° from yesterday’s landscape post looking up into the branches. I don’t often process an image both ways, an image often works one way or another. The color version is more what one would see and the black and white a more moody interpretation that I think has a more personal feel.
For those who have not seen images of the Mount Pollux Maples previously, or who don’t mind seeing them again, here’s a link to a post from last November celebrating the one that was lost and showing both together. And, after all, it is Flashback Friday.