Tuapeka Trees in Spring

Driving back from Lawrence via Tuapeka on Saturday we came across these lovely trees in the rural landscape. Nigel had stopped to take a photo of some willows so I asked him to take photos of these trees too – some kind of poplar trees. Taken 21 September.

Clutha District, South Otago, New Zealand



Text by Liz, photos by Nigel; Exploring Colour (2019)

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    1. The feeling of serenity really comes across in the photos, which I’m very happy about because that was the reality and beauty of that particular moment where everything came together in perfect harmony.

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  1. I love the moment when the trees reawaken in spring. 🙂 We have some kind of poplar trees in the field on the other side of the main road – I wonder if they were planted as a shelter belt.

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