Joshua Tree, Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A. March 13, 2016
Category: Landscape, Nature, Uncategorized Tagged: Antelope Valley, California, decoration, desert, Joshua Tree, Los Angeles County, Photography, Sky, Timothy S. Allen
Tommy, thank you.
Excellent framing and viewpoint and again you have conjured up a dramatic sky.
Thank you for your sincere comments.
Wow! That is fabulous!
Interesting shot but also a bit sad how mans land flotsam is stuck in such a work of nature.
Yes, it could be interpreted that way. I’m thinking that the business at the end of the road was using the Joshua Tree as a means of celebrating various holidays. There is tinsel and other decorative items on the tree.
This picture is very cool. It leaped off the page of my WP reader because it stood out that much.
For me this is a slightly disturbing picture. The “nature” (succulent, landscape and sky) is very impressive and beautifully rendered. The decoration however makes me feel as if someone scratched his nails on a blackboard. Curious as to how you see this.
Yes, I agree. There is a dirt road that leads back from the highway. At the end of the road within viewing distance is a gravel business. I suspect that they wanted to decorate this tree for various seasons. They may have forgotten to take them down.
Wow, that’s something else. Don’t have many of those in Scotland Tim.
That caught my eye and had to turn about. Needless to say I had a great time photographing in the Mojave Desert. I’d return.
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