Well, it’s proving difficult to find one of your posts that I don’t like. I love this one. Stark, simple, and perfectly placed. Reply ↓
Well, it’s proving difficult to find one of your posts that I don’t like. I love this one. Stark, simple, and perfectly placed.
Hi Paul, thank you very much for the comment.
Haunting and minimalist. Beautiful.
Toni, thank you very much for the feedback!
Thank you, Maralee!
The simplicity totally makes this image! Awesome!
Tammy, I appreciate the comment!
I appreciate the comment — thanks!
Very peaceful image, I like….shalom en theos…jim
Hi Jim, thank you so much!
very cool. it’s so surreal looking.
Thank you very much, Rachael. I appreciate the comment.
Beautiful and impressive tree… I loved it dear Brian, Thank you, with my love, nia
Nia, thank you so much for the comtinued support!
Very nicely done Brian.
Thanks very much, Ken!
Such a beautiful simple image, which I can imagine was quite hard to capture. Lovely 🙂
Thanks, Vicky. (Aside from the frigid hands, the capture wasn’t too bad.)
Another awesome picture!! Thanks for sharing.
Thought I would let you know that I’ve included you on my versatile blogger list – http://beingjulz.com/2012/04/05/thank-you-for-the-versatile-blogger-award/
Have a great day.
Julie, thank you very much!
You’re welcome! Whether you do the official acceptance or not is up to you but I did want you to know that your blogging is appreciated.
really awesome job, Brian.
Thanks very much, Dan!
This one is exceptional.
Thanks so much, Ken!
Absolutely stunning capture.
Not an easy scene to get right but you couldn’t have done it any better.
Dave, thank you very much.
Very cool, VERY classic. Nice.
I think I may have an entire photo album by you in my Pinterest. LOL! This is beautiful. 😀
Laura, thank you very much for the support!
I think everyone else has pretty well covered it – stunning shot
Ian, thank you very much.
Julius, thank you!
Isolation & cold, empty…but a very brave tree to stand apart from every thing. Beautiful & hopefully.
Thanks, Amy! I appreciate the comment.
This is exquisite, Brian. There’s a real soul to it.
Thanks very much, Lois!
A happy and reflective Easter, Brian!
Thanks. Same to you, Dave.
Striking! I’m a fan, Brian 🙂
I appreciate the kind words — thanks!
Wow! Amazing image.
Robin, thank you so much!
Great example of minimalism.. Beautiful !
Thanks very much, MD!
I shot a maple in the same way a few years ago. My wife loves it, we have it in our dining room.
Is the maple on your blog? If so, I’ll check it out. Thanks, Allan.
Brian, I finally found time to post it. Here it is:
I love the simplicity, yet I fell drawn into the image. Great Job, and thank you for sharing
Luc, thank you so much for the comment!
Very nice. I like the almost complete absence of other elements due to the whiteness of the snow. Nicely composed
I appreciate the feedback — thank you.
Beautiful photo !
Wow great contrast, very well done!
Thanks so much!
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I enjoy your imaging and blog. Glad I found it.
Thanks very much, Doug.
A case of minimalist starkness that works just as it is – no more – no less. What I sometimes call a simple complication. . .
Thank you for the comment, John!
Beautiful and “pure” looking image.
I appreciate the comment – thanks!
I guess I don’t need to say how beautiful it is!
Thank you, Indranil!
LOVE YOUR TREE.
Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Great shot Brian!
Thanks for stopping by my blog! Much appreciated!
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