For Becky’s penultimate day of trees squared, I decided I’d go with her theme somewhat. Here are some winter trees, enhanced!
One of the most wonderful features of the Moorings campus is the number and variety of trees! I am not a fan of winter in general, but I am awed by the complexity of their interwoven branches, which are best seen when they have no leaves to cover them.
I love playing with SnapSeed on my cellphone, so I enhanced (and squared) some of the shots!
This next set of comparisons was actually taken in early May – I just like the effect! And these are not squared but see below.
Here is the altered image squared:
I don’t know why this enhanced picture came out so blurry!
Trees in the background in this pair:
I decided to include this photo taken in February – it’s not enhanced/altered, I just like it!
2 thoughts on “TreeSquared: Winter Trees Enhanced”
oh what fun you have been having with the editing tools, fascinating how it changes how you look at the trees. A gorgeous penultimate post
What a great word Becky used, penultimate. My lexicon is more limited. I enjoyed your trees. I think I like the unaltered ones better, although those first two are stunning. The blue one is especially interesting with the eye looking out at everyone trying to admire the tree. Is the sky jealous, do you think, or maybe over-protective?