Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
I love looking at old trees too. They have so much character in them. Lovely photo!
Lois, I think you got to the root of the problem!
Our trees and the way they filter light are endlessly photogenic, aren't they?
It looks like the trees has toes dug into the earth. Great picture!Sunny :)
I like the shadow play here too! Looks cool!
Yes, indeedy...it's a nice study of light and shadow. Those roots might end up being a problem for that sidewalk, though! In south Florida the ficus tree roots tear up everything in sight!
And I love big, old tree roots. I find them very comforting.
The mighty Oak. Yes indeed. I love old trees and that root ststem is great. MB
Looks like a giant foot.
The light and shadows are great. It's always about the light!
This is great. I love taking pictures of interesting roots.
I agree with several others ... it looks like a giant foot. Maybe a prehistoric bird, talons dug into the earth. Love it!
It looks a little vulnerable to being uprooted in a storm...
If only trees could talk. This one would no doubt have some very interesting stories
Me too, the light and the shadows and the gnarledness (?) and the moss. Quite gorgeous.
Lois, I think you just exposed some big roots! LOL
I grew up with a number of large oaks in our yard. The have such a strength about them. Great shot Lois.
Light and shadow make for an excellent contrast and an amzing clearness of this beautiful image.
Big roots are a major problem here because they destroy the cobblestoned pavements, but I love them.
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