for Six Word Saturday 2.6.21

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  1. StillWalks says:

    What fabulous lines! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. Teresa says:

    His monochrome photography are awesome…yours is doing great too!

  3. Prior... says:

    dry nice and adams-y

  4. Prior... says:

    typo – dry was “very”

  5. Stunning in black and white!

  6. restlessjo says:

    And in the style of Janet ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy Saturday!

  7. I really like this. There was an Ansel Adams exhibit here recently that I wish I had gone to see. You made a great capture of this old tree โค๏ธ

  8. Anyone who doesn’t enjoy Ansel Adams has a problem. I like this photo – a lot!

  9. eklastic says:

    Great monochrome!

  10. Haunting. The black and white treatment suits this one well, highlighting all the curves and sharp edges. It looks like nature’s answer to barbed wire.

  11. marianallen says:

    What a stunning picture!

  12. Su Leslie says:

    Totally channeling the great man!

  13. This is such a great shot, Janet! Did you take it in b & w or convert it? ๐ŸŒž

  14. Gorgeous image in B&W, Janet. Nature is so magical.

  15. Tina Schell says:

    Ansel Adams could find and capture beauty anywhere. I think he would have loved this one Janet. The curve of the intertwined base is wonderful and the use of B&W is perfect for it. Wouldn’t it be marvelous to climb inside his brain during one of his shoots to see things as he saw them?! In this case, I think he’d have agreed wholeheartedly with your choice.

  16. Ally Bean says:

    Twisty [roots?] never looked so cool! Love it.

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