Alabama Trees and Houses Date: April 23, 2013Author: nomadruss Category: Alabama, iPhoneography, Landscape, nature, Photography, Travel Tags: Alabama, houses, iPhoneography, trees Post navigation ← Gawky to Graceful, Everglades Birds Americana… Heading to the prom, by iPhone → As I drive the backroads of Alabama I keep an eye out for beautiful trees and interesting old houses. I often wonder about the age of the tree in relation to the house and the stories that are contained therein… AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
awesome pics – very dramatic processing too, nicely done.
Thanks, it’s what I love about the iPhone…
Just beautiful. I like the way you’ve captured the character of the subjects. I especially love the second photo. It’s gripping. I so wanted to know it’s history and found myself imagining what that scene might have been like in the 18th & 19th centuries. Especially thought about who might have lived there and what their lives were like. Thanks.
Appreciate the comments Joann, I often imagine what it must have been like when the tree was first planted and wonder at all that tree has experienced in that place, and the people who’ve lived beneath its shade.
Keep em coming! Love the photos. The light in the first photo is stunning. The atmosphere is gripping in the other two.