Wood cutters with willow tree remains

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© Andrea Petersen
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UploadedDecember 4, 2017
TakenDecember 4, 2017
Exposure1/20 sec at f/4
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Focal Length20.5 mm
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Our magnificent ancient weeping willow tree that got blown over by a tornado October 26, 2010
where the limbs arched over in front of our house and driveway was in the process of being
cut up here today yesterday afternoon and the day before by our neighbor in the red jacket who volunteered for the job with his pole saw, chain saw, loader and wood splitter..My husband is on the left with his chain saw. All that is left is the trunk and another section of a limb behind...The wood was getting rotten clear through and the job had to be done. Sooner or later the limbs that had arched over would have collapsed to the ground and would have hated for anyone including our dog to be walking near it or underneath it should that have happened...

I shot many pictures of our weeping willow tree through the years when it was standing and also after it fell..... it is a big change...We really have a clear view up our driveway now from our house where it was partially hidden before by the tree limbs and willow tendrils hanging down.

I felt privileged to have seen the beauty of the tree while it was standing and thankful that I have kept memories in pictures of it.

Best View in Light Box! Thank you!!!

3 responses

  • Tiia Vissak

    Tiia Vissak gave props (4 Dec 2017):

    a great scene!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (5 Dec 2017):

    I can imagine the mixed feelings this must give you but safety comes first at this stage in time. This remarkable tree gave you many exceptional photos!

  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (6 Dec 2017):

    Love the sense of motion and wood dust captured, as he is sawing through, great action shot!

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