The curves of the California Hills support a small Oak Tree near Hollister, California. This image was about 30 minutes after a Summer sunset when the horizon had a nice glow of color.
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Love this image, very simple but very effective
7 Aug 2010 5:42am
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7 Aug 2010 6:38am
Less is more ..........
7 Aug 2010 7:36am
Simple beauty, good to have this curve here.
7 Aug 2010 7:44am
I was thinking exactly the same as Nigel... This sentence is more than appropriate for this very beautiful composition ! Have a wonderful weekend Scott :)
7 Aug 2010 9:24am
Stunning! Simple, yet beautiful
7 Aug 2010 11:17am
Beautiful line and color Scott. I have something similar I captured five years ago and it sells virtually every month for stock. But this image can stand for not only stock but also fine art. GOod luck with your show this weekend!
7 Aug 2010 2:26pm
So very tranquil.
7 Aug 2010 8:46pm
Love the warm tones and the lone tree!
7 Aug 2010 8:53pm
What a sensual image this is, Scott ... and minimalist for sure!
7 Aug 2010 11:42pm
So elegant. There is something very special about a lone tree, and with this aspect ratio, it is even more striking.
8 Aug 2010 1:01am
Just love this shot! It is simple yet so appealing to the eye! Nice!
8 Aug 2010 3:13am
Simple and elegant. Amazing how much light is in the sky after sunset.
8 Aug 2010 3:38am
I love the feel that a lone oak gives. Well done.
8 Aug 2010 5:15am
8 Aug 2010 12:44pm
Beautiful fall of kidneys! :-)
8 Aug 2010 1:05pm
L O V E L Y .
8 Aug 2010 2:10pm
Excellent shot ,I love it :)
8 Aug 2010 4:17pm
a brilliant minimalist composition that creates a superb balance emphasised by the smooth curve! the lonely gives a great point of reference along the curve - nicely done!
9 Aug 2010 2:55am
very stunning shot! Love the lonely tree shots! A great sense of freedom and space! Nice!!!!
9 Aug 2010 3:05am
9 Aug 2010 10:10am
Fantastic minimalist composition..GREAT!
10 Aug 2010 6:41am
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