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Tree Project #13 – New Perspectives

Due to the current non changing weather, I thought that I would try some other perspectives on my Tree Project. Yesterday, I have taken the general tree picture for you which is slightly different than the others before because we can finally see some changes in the tree itself: If you really look closely, you can see that the tree finally has blossoms which is awesome as it means more changes in the upcoming weeks:

Tree Project - New Perspectives

But yesterday, I also took the time to walk a bit closer to the tree and take a picture from a slightly different ancle:

Tree Project - New Perspectives

In this picture, I really like how the path comes out next to the tree and you can also see the little creek with a wooden bridge on the other side. I still prefer the old perspective though as I really love the abandoned old machinery. What do you think? Which one do you prefer?

My friend Sebastian and me decided to do some photography tasks together. This week, we wanted to take a picture of a tree with only the blue sky as a background. This is why I got even closer to my tree this week:

Tree Project - New Perspectives

I was extremely impressed about how big and massive it really is when you get that close. Next time, I have to take my wide angle lens in order to shoot some more close ups. With my standard lens, I managed to take a few close ups of the blossoms that were really low and thus, easy to reach for me:

Tree Project - New Perspectives

 

Tree Project - New Perspectives

Nature can be so beautiful if we simply take a moment to enjoy it and look at it in more detail. I think, I am going to do this more often and get a little bit closer to the tree for more close ups to see the development of the tree in the following weeks until it is in full blossom and green in the summer!

What do you think about these pictures? Do you like the new perspectives? Please give me your feedback in the comments section below! 

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