Today my mini-series of images from Joshua Tree National Park comes to an end. Thanks for all the support of these images this week!
This is probably my favourite of the week. On one of the only short hikes we took on our second day in Joshua Tree there were quite a few of these sad, bedraggled looking trees among the rocks. Despite their lack of leaves, there was a ton of character in their branches, and the blue sky provided a perfect backdrop against which to highlight them.
10 thoughts on “Joshua Tree National Park – Bedraggled”
Wow! The tree almost looks as though it is coated in ice. I really like this shot.
Very nice. Looks a little bit like an Infrared-Shot.
Damn dude, this might be my favorite of the JTNP series…tree looks ridiculously cool.
This is my favorite of the week too. Love the detail in the tree along with the white rocks and blue sky. The composition with the little black tree in the corner is awesome!
Great shot, Heath! I really dig leafless trees and this one is no exception! I love how you’ve processed this series!
What a great scene you present us today! As Chris said, that tree looks to be covered in ice. Great composition and processing on this one, Heath!
What a great shot to finish on Heath! Very iconic!
A place I have always wanted to visit. Love the shot!
This is so beautiful.