Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
I like this photo as it stands.
I'd also like to see a scale photo … something with a person or a car next to
the tree to get a feel for the tree's size.
Good point. In case I didn't make it clear, artistically, it is an
excellent photo, it would also be nice to see something showing its scale.
On Oct 11, 2016, at 9:20 AM, Paul Stenquist<pnstenqu...@mac.com> wrote:
This Rochester Hills, Michigan tree is said to be the largest Bebb Oak in the
United States. It measures about ten feet in diameter at its base, and one of
its weighty limbs rests on the ground. It
is estimated to be at least 250 years old, although that has never been
determined for certain, because common testing means might injure it. Sometimes
we’re so caught up in things, it’s hard to see the trees for the forest. I must
have driven by this massive tree dozens of times since I arrived in Michigan
and never noticed it. I only discovered it after a lady friend, who arrived
here from Italy just a dozen years ago or so, pointed it out to me and asked if
I would photograph it for her. I finally did so this morning, just before
sunrise. It’s on a busy street, so my angles were limited. I cloned out a
couple of street signs and a bit of pavement. The tree predates them by
hundreds of years, so I figured its entitled to a clean environment.
Larry Colen l...@red4est.com (postbox on min4est) http://red4est.com/lrc
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