Photography 101

Photography 101 – Natural World


I chose to dig out a picture I took a long time ago. It was when I played with black and white pictures. Its taken on a walk way that goes around a place called Refuge Cove in British Columbia. The tree coming off the side of the hill is called an Arbutus Tree. They are a beautiful redish looking wood and the bark seems to peel off them. I don’t know anything about them but I love the look of them and how they seem to be able to grow anywhere!

Standing in the same spot looking over the cove.

It was a beautiful place to visit and see a totally different way of life…living on the water. My aunt and uncle lived here for a while. I’m so glad I got to visit them there πŸ™‚

5 thoughts on “Photography 101 – Natural World”

  1. While I haven’t seen that tree species before, I have encountered a few twisted trees with unusual branches. Whether it was covered in green mossy over-growth or bare wood and bark-less, trees always capture my attention. Thanks for throwing in the water scene, it looks like a place with loads of character and one that I would enjoy getting to know. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks πŸ™‚ It is a beautiful place! I have never seen them anywhere but on Vancouver Island and the lower mainland…very pretty πŸ™‚

  2. Hi, I didn’t see an ‘About’ page, but just wanted to comment on your blog. Your title really caught my eye, and your header photo is stunning!
    Cheers, gfchopstix

    1. Thank you so much…it’s not a picture of mine sadly…I loved it though πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by…I really appreciate the kind words! Have a great day!

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