Friday

Looking Up



From a squirrel's perspective :)
I got as close to the tree as I could.....and then looked up....and took the shot.
I liked how the branches looked against the clouds.

Invisible wings guide them
Endless possibilities
Clouds

36 comments:

Anne-Berit said...

Great capture for SWF:o)

Old Wom Tigley said...

You framed well Kerri..;o)
£ great shots for us all this week. The blue is very strong and shows promise.. I only just realised it was the last Friday in March.. where do these months go...

Tom

Jenty said...

beautiful! I like the way you framed the last one.

quintarantino said...

The last one is very well framed.
And trees are majestic even without leaves.
Nice post.

June said...

You've done a nice job with capturing the view from below...Mr Squirrel told me so!

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes'NL said...

hello Kerri,
It lloks lik you were laying down on the ground while making the first photo? Very nice pictures I like it!

Have a great weekend , please come for a visit at my blog with 48 Sky's (collage) from Luxemburg...

Greetings from JoAnn (Holland)

and I've more of my travels...in Europe.

RuneE said...

I'll go for the squirrel's point of view!

Andrea said...

Squirrels amaze me anyway. Great capture of the sky. Love the first picture....you must have laid on the ground for that shot.

dot said...

Very beautiful! I think you will see a big difference in a month.

SandyCarlson said...

Kerri, I love this. These trees make me feel as if I am in some giant, delicate cathedral.

Ida said...

Beautiful and a great and unusual angle on the first shot.
Wishing you a nice weekend! :)

Daniel J Santos said...

great photos, excellent sky watch.

John said...

Great pictures. Great compositions.

happyone said...

I love looking at the sky through the trees.
Your pictures are wonderful.

Neva said...

You did a great job framing this....just lovely.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Well i think you did a great job framing the sky with the trees

Anemone said...

very nice shots from of the trees.

Nice weekend to you from Norway.

Dick said...

Nice compositions especially the first one, but now it's time for green trees, yes?

photowannabe said...

Great compositions there Kerri. I like the squirrel's eye view.

Misty Dawn said...

These are very creative and artistic. I really love the way you did the first photo!

Willard said...

I like the perspective of these shots and how the trees frame the sky!

DeeMom said...

super pictures Kerri

Mike said...

Nice. Did you lay on the floor to get that one?

leslie said...

I did the same thing last fall - went for a stroll around the neighbourhood and stood under the trees looking up. Some turned out quite well with lots of colour from the leaves and the bright blue of the sky. Well done! :D

Irene said...

Love the framing. I have been eager to try "framing" something soon! Never seem to find the right opportunity.

ruth said...

Our sky and trees look just like this today! This could be OUR skywatch. Lovely pics.

Catherine said...

Very nice captures!! I love the first photo!~And you are right it will look a lot diffrent the last friday in April! :) Also~great framing job!!
Have a great weekend!
Cat

Jeff B said...

Wow that first one is amazing.

alexander said...

Great captures and nicely framed.

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Paulie said...

Love your experiments with the trees and sky and clouds in some. Beautiful! I have something for you on my blog. Please come and pick it up.

granmal said...

These are great. You framing of the clouds turned out great.

imac said...

What a great post from you, really love the angle of your 1st photo, clever you.

YesBut said...

Surely "From a squirrel's perspective" you would climb to the top of the tree?

:)

If you do ware a parachute.

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

All photos are wonderful!

Luiz

Suzi-k said...

love those bare branches

Ms. Math said...

I love the squirrel perspective! What a fun shot! I think you did a great job framing the clouds. You should go back to these trees on the last Friday in April!

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