Our landscape is not complete without trees. Whether urban, suburban or rural, trees are the integral part of nature of this planet. They are sometimes taken for granted, and sometimes they are revered with awe. We cannot exist without trees. TBM invites you to submit images depicting the beauty, reverence and importance of this botanical gift. Color and/or black and white images will be accepted. Representations of trees of any shape, color, condition or species are welcomed.
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“Metered” was taken along a back alley in the historic district of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
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“Spring Forest” was photographed in The Klamath National Forest along The South Fork of The Salmon River, a tributary to the Klamath.
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Here is a very fortunate moment in time when the sun, clouds, waves, plume of spray, the silhouetted rocks and the fishing boat were all lined up perfect. Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good:)
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The images below are available at 1/2 off my regular prices. This applies to all print sizes as long as the image is in this portfolio. If you’re interested in one or more photographs below, this is a good time to make a purchase since they’re in this …
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This pickup truck was parked in front of a mural in Cottage Grove, Oregon. As a rule I prefer not to use other’s art in my work unless I can juxtapose it in a way that gives rise to an unexpected relationship.
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These poppies were taken at Sandy Bar Ranch on The Klamath River in Orleans, California
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We are off to the beach … Bandon By The Sea … where time slows down, salt is in the air, waves are crashing into majestic rocks, and the beach is made for long walks allowing for long conversations … Continue reading →
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The Basilica di San Francesco is a distinctive landmark that can be seen from miles away as you approach Assisi. As you draw nearer you can appreciate the huge supporting arcades. The Basilica of St. Francis is considered one of the … Continue reading →
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There is something almost mystical about being in a harbor at the crack of dawn … barely a ripple in the water, no trace of a breeze, and the only sound to be heard are the sea gulls. This is … Continue reading →
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