Near Cabo Sao Roque, Brazil, the Tree of love is a popular attraction. It is named so because two strangler fig trees entwine in an affectionate embrace.
fantastica composición en este b/n, potente el detalle de las raices del arbol, muy buena!!
20 Sep 2010 5:24am
Lovely shot and post. Love the treatment-both gritty mono hard to show the form, and just enough spot colour to soften it and take away the starkness. Innovative!
20 Sep 2010 5:36am
Strange roots, like in temples of Cambodia.
20 Sep 2010 10:04am
Oh, my gracious! What a wonderful pair ... and just look at all of those exposed roots. Do these trees still bear fruit?
20 Sep 2010 11:00am
@Judy aka L@dybug: Sorry I don't know. I'll have to read up on it. thanks, Judy.
Lovely shot and processing. The size and scale of the tree is impressive - a symbol of the power of love!
20 Sep 2010 12:33pm
a superb love story, wow Michael :)
20 Sep 2010 12:48pm
@Lorraine: Yes, arboreal love. Thanks, Lorraine.
super . love it . what a cool tree !
20 Sep 2010 2:42pm
wonderful ,very nice shot :)
20 Sep 2010 4:30pm
That is just cool!
20 Sep 2010 11:47pm
Wow! Such a sight - isn't nature wonderful? I like the figures, certainly helps the perspective. Processing is just perfect!
21 Sep 2010 3:20am
I've heard about Tree of Life, Tree of Death...now I can see the Tree of Love! Are you sure it was love between those two tree and not the desire to eat each other?!(LOL)
21 Sep 2010 6:01am
@Japanalia: Loved your comment. Gave me a laugh. Thanks, Gabriela.
i can understand why it's a hit.. it sure looks great.. :)
21 Sep 2010 10:29pm
spectacular tree! wonderful shot!
22 Sep 2010 2:59pm
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