Oak in Winter, Carneros

My latest contribution to Monochromia.



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Categories: Black and White, Flowers, Plants and Trees, Landscapes, Monochromia, Nature, PhotographyTags: , , , , , , , , ,


  1. Glad you are doing well with Monochromia. Great pic.

  2. Hi, Jane. The spectacular sky helps you to highlight the nakedness of the tree. Regards

  3. What an incredible mood! Beautiful!

  4. Stunning treescape, Jane, love the drama in the sky! Awesome!

  5. A very dramatic scene; the B&W a good medium.

  6. A delightful and rich black and white. That sky and those clouds are amazing.

  7. Awesome cloudscape and the details of the branches are remarkable!

  8. just WOW!!! amazing….and mysterious….a great eye!!!

  9. This is really wonderful, Jane, and I love that you chose black and white for it.
    Such a fantastic mood to this one.
    Have a great week ahead!

    • Hi Lisa, I love the intricacy of these wonderful trees and I’m happy you agree they really shine in black and white. Thanks again for your supportive comments. Hope you enjoy your week, too. Rainy in SF…

  10. A beauty, so simple and only what matters is on show. Well seen and framed.

  11. Wow and oh my yes!! I love B&W and this is an amazing shot.

  12. Love the drama of black and white – this is beautiful!

    • Thanks, Elisa! I love B&W, too. If you want to see some great black and white work, please check out Monochromia. (link in my menu) So nice to hear from you and I hope all is well with you.

  13. Beautiful post. My eyes kept wandering around the beautiful clouds and lacey oak and and finally discovered the small cattle. Good eye!

  14. Killer kloudz over an amazing oak—almost a giant dandelion. This is a great composition, Jane.

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