Trimming the branches

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© Andrea Petersen
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UploadedDecember 1, 2017
TakenDecember 1, 2017
MakeNikon
ModelCOOLPIX P900
Exposure1/400 sec at f/3.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.4 mm
ISO200
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Our neighbor on the left brought over his pole saw to trim the weeping willow trees overhanging branches...You can see my husband carrying away what was being trimmed. Neither of them knew that I was photographing the process from the front door of our house.

The weeping willow tree that was over 100 years old blew over from a tornado October 26, 2010. It is easy to remember the date when this tree fell as my mother who was 102 passed away exactly a year later to the month and day and the same age approximately as the tree.

Best view in Light-box! Thank you!

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  • Tiia Vissak

    Tiia Vissak gave props (2 Dec 2017):

    a great scene!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (2 Dec 2017):

    It's an amazing tree even in this state and I'm so glad that you have preserved this portion of it.. this is a remarkable image!

  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (2 Dec 2017):

    Yes, this is an amazing story of life and death...and captured in it's rythmn of growth.

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