Ancient One


ancient one
clawing at the clouds
and sun

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Guachimontones near Teuchitlán, Jalisco, México
More Himmelsk photos here.
More Skywatch Friday photos here.

Posted on January 13, 2011, in Guachimontones, Himmelsk, Jalisco, my digital photos, my haiku, Sky Watch Friday, Teuchitlán. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Reminds me of Don Quichote, a role model for me. May time and life treat this tree kind. A good Friday for you.

  2. The perfect picture, the bare tree silhouetted against lovely skies and clouds! Superb capture as always! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy1


  3. What to say but:
    What an excellent capture
    Ideed it is

  4. Oh I love this, a great composition!

  5. A magnificent composition and a fabulous tree when enlarged.

  6. seriously…..
    LOVE this.

    (the trees have it)

  7. Great shot! Amazing tree!

  8. A very lonely tree!!
    But the capture is marvelous!!
    I think I post the “Himmelsk” post every Friday from now one. I have the “Mandagstema” on Mondays so it is very busy to have “Himmelsk” only two days after that… So from next week I think you have to wait to Friday to put your blog on the “Himmelsk” list!!
    I hope this is ok for you??

  9. Beautiful tree and backdrop of blue skies!

  10. Love this photo love the way the dried creeper creates a softness a beautiful contrast to the stark bare branches against the sky. Beautiful picture all round.

  11. A stunning capture of this beautiful tree. It’s difficult to resist snapping their pictures, isn’t it? There is such an elegance about them.

  12. Is this a Judas Tree?
    Joyce M

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