Dendritic Patterns of American Beech
Trained in forestry while in college, I have always had an affinity for trees, and I really prefer photographing trees in any season other than summer, because in summer the mass of green leaves obscures the graceful branching patterns. In this photograph, I show an American Beech tree in autumn, atop the sandstone cliffs of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The deep azure autumn sky provide a good contrast with the intricate tracery of branches.
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