Flipped Catkins

flipped_catkins-201403This is a photo from two years ago of a hazel tree which was bursting with catkins. It was a damp foggy day and the branches and catkins had lots of little droplets hanging from them.

Rotated 90 degrees, the colours and lines remind me of birch bark, or a watery scene.

23 thoughts on “Flipped Catkins

  1. I perceived the water’s surface reflection first as well, and then, since the branches look normal being mostly “upright,” thought that there bust have been a tremendous wind! Love your inspiration to flip this one–wonderful!


    1. It’s interesting how the backdrop of the fog resembles water. I shall have to delve into the archives to find more foggy fotos to fool around with! Thanks for your comment, Steve.


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