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90 foot Weeping Willow


90 foot Weeping Willow
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Copyright: Robert Shannon Sr (eqshannon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2527 W: 217 N: 10289] (31129)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2011-09-12
Categories: Trees
Camera: Pentax Kr
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2011-09-30 10:02
Viewed: 2044
Points: 26
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
The snow won't stick to the weeping willows
The cold air won't blow open the windows
You've made it through the storm this far
You've done this dear, it won't be hard
Well, snow won't stick to the weeping willows

This weeping willow is humongous and lives on the edge of the city of Cheney, Washington, about 20 0miles from Spokane, Washington and close to the Palouse. It is nearing 90 feet tall and is very large and bushy.

(Salix babylonica) originated in China! The tree is abundant in Eastern Washington. Some of our prominent locales are named after Willows such as The Willows Cafe and Motel.

Pentax Kr DSLR
1/500
f8
200mm

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HI Robert,
really nice photo. Perfect point of view. Great colours. Great composition. Artistic shot.
Have a nice weekend,
Maciek

Ciao Bob, fascinating composition with a lot of willows, splendid light and wonderful natural colors, very well done my friend, a cup of red wyne for you, have a great week end, ciao Silvio

Hello Robert,
What a magnificent site this old willow must be. We also have them in South Africa but I've never seen one this big. I like your poem. Thanks for sharing this beautiful old tree with us.
Regards
Natley

Hallo Bob,
a beautiful misterious picture of this willow, very good sharpness and bright colours.
TFS
Have a good weekend
Maurizio

Hey Bob, Very nice and seen great use of imagination! with this one my friend, splendid diagonals and well composed, good lighting with nice colour tones, great effort here Bob and very well done,
Best Regards,

Pauly.

Interesting photo Robert! The composition is excellent.
Regards,
Christodoulos

Hi Bob,
beautiful approach of turning those pale green branches of giant willow trees into a pleasantly rhythmical abstract painting. Thank you!
With all my best wishes to you,
Peter

Sencillo pero interesante trabajo que nos permite conocer parte de la flora de tu zona.
Más que un árbol es un monstruo ... 27 m. ! y además lo imagino con una gran envergadura
por el porte natural de los sauces (Salix sp.).
Un saludo Robert y buen fin de semana: Josep Ignasi.

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  • foozi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 2830 W: 0 N: 6692] (25828)
  • [2011-10-01 18:07]

Hello Bob,
excellent view of the willow. Very nice green hues and softness of the leaves. Nice pattern and interesting presentation.

Regards,
Foozi

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  • tuslaw Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1878 W: 212 N: 4022] (15704)
  • [2011-10-01 22:21]

Beautiful shot BOB, and nice poem too.
Looks like a waterfall created by willow branches. A 90 ft. tall willow..that must be a real sight to see. TFS.
Ron

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  • siggi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3060 W: 108 N: 12171] (51056)
  • [2011-10-04 10:49]

Hello Bob,
well spotted. Very nice composition and good lighting. ,Perfect exposure and POV.
Best regards Siggi

Hi Bob,

The shape of the weeping willow is an asset to the composition. The point of view is showing with precision the details and colors of the weeping willow. The good luminosity is bringing out the colors. Have a nice day.

Pierre

Hello Bob

Excellent foliage photo giving graphical
and artistic aspect to the image, TFS

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