A selection of Dead Tree Landscapes.
Uluru – Northern Territory June 2016 (7 photos)
As I mentioned in my previous post, Beyond the Black Stump, there are many dead and burnt trees in this region of Australia.
I’m not sure why but dead trees exude a photographic aesthetic that is hard to deny.
The raw grain of the textures and form of dead trees is highly photogenic.
Monochrome photography emphasises this.
The 2 tree stumps below were only about 1 metre high. I got in close and shot them in portrait mode to emphasise their narrow form.