Tree Marquee


Shadows of trees appear quite strongly on the roof of a metal-framed crafts marquee on a bright sunny day.

It was a bit difficult stopping to take these photos as the marquee was crowded with people squeezing by each and every way! I also think I must have looked a little strange as, rather than looking at the goods on offer, I was looking at and photographing the roof 🙂

16 thoughts on “Tree Marquee

    1. Thank you, Ken. At one time, I would have felt awkward about being so conspicuous in trying to photograph something, but I didn’t feel like that today. The shadows were just too interesting to walk past!


  1. These are just gorgeous! Imagine what a place to have a wedding under!? It’s like those art/movie screens! I’d have been paying more attention to them too 🙂


    1. Many thanks, Elisa. Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a wedding with imprints of trees and flowers on the marquee. There’s a business idea for us 🙂


  2. Good pictures! I think my favourite is the top one – and maybe because its the top one its your’s too. Amongst other things, I like the way the colour slightly changes, from upper left down towards lower right. The image at lower right might be rotated 90 degrees anticlockwise, maybe – that would put the window frames at an unnatural angle. Adrian


  3. I often also find myself looking in directions other than what draws most other folks’ attention. A salute to those of us who prefer the paths less trodden. Both of these strike me as reminiscent of the trapeziods in orb webs.


  4. Great sequence. The Photographer observes what others ignore. Capturing a time & place gone unnoticed ; reminding the viewer of what they are missing. 🙂


    1. Thank you, Joseph. It was quite surreal standing amidst a crowd looking at and photographing something that others hadn’t noticed or weren’t bothered about!


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