Cypress Tree Tunnel, Point Reyes


Monochromia

Landscape Photography, California, Point Reyes, Black and White, Fujifilm X-T2 Cypress Tree Tunnel

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

52 comments

  1. They’re almost like arms reaching across. Beautiful, Jane.

  2. what I like to see the tops of these trees come together to form a vault under which cars roll
    This tunnel reminds me of a scene from a movie (very successful and whose name I forgot)

  3. What a sight! I would love to go here one day!

  4. So great to spend the morning catching up with all my favourite people. As always I feel better for visiting you Jane. These are such difficult times and my thoughts are very much with family and dear friends like yourself down south. One can only hope that better times lie ahead, that justice will be served and there is a better future for everyone regardless of colour, race, religion, sexuality or origin. Sending you my warmest good wishes as always…Andrew

    • Hello Andrew, Heartwarming to read your caring message. Our country is falling apart and these are the most stressful times we have had in recent memory. It’s been a terrible and tragic week. Let’s hope for better days ahead. πŸ’”

  5. Super location so wonderfully captured, Jane. I wish we had a tree tunnel like that here in the northeast.

    • Thanks, Steve. This is a real surprise to see and in the midst of Point Reyes National Seashore. A place you would go crazy with your camera.

      • From everything I’ve seen online from there, I certainly would. I visited once while in the S.F. area seeing my brother. Only for about an hour, I don’t remember why. Funny thing…on the way back to Fairfax apparently there was a minor earthquake. Thanks to shock absorbers and being in motion we didn’t know until getting back to the house and finding a message from my sister-in-law asking if we felt it. There are occasional tremors felt in WMass but nothing says earthquake like the San Andreas. πŸ™‚

        • I’ve only felt two since being here. The big Napa quake a few years was most significant. It was a roller in the middle of the night and our bed swayed like we were on a boat. Lots of damage in Napa. Hopefully those will be the only ones! Hope when life returns to normal you’ll make a west coast nature trip. 😊

  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous, especially in B&W.

    O/T: I found my new Canon at eBay. It’s a EOS Rebel T6, new in box, with two lenses – kit:18-55mm and telephoto: 75-300mm, and a camera bag. Canon is selling the same camera and two lenses, factory refurbished for $320.00 through May 31, no camera bag. It might make the trip to NY. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    The other night, someone was selling new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera bodies for $34.95, literally too good to be true. It’s one of their top-of-the-line DSLRs. The camera body alone retails for $1500+. I asked a question if this was legitimate. He sold out by the next morning, so I didn’t get a reply. I probably could have put together my own kit with brand new lenses for less than $200. Oh well, lol.

  7. I love the background information about this image.

  8. Luke Skywalker would be beaming at the exquisiteness of the dark path on Round 2. Such a nestling, nourishing portal of Both/And fully integrated. Excellent visual metaphor for life.

  9. Love the embrace of trees , eco πŸ™‚

  10. I’d like to be there. Right now.

  11. The cypress tree tunnel turned out awesome in monochrome.

  12. wonderful! I always find tunnels fascinating.

  13. Wow, how delightful and sumptuous

  14. How fabulous is that? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  15. I’ve now sold my nikon and gone xt-4 ..

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