Tree and Architecture

Tree and Architecture - Austin, Texas

Tree and Architecture – Austin, Texas

I’m back with urban landscapes from the Fujifilm GFX 50R, but something different from before. No colorful blue hour skylines. Instead, I’m going for texture and details emphasized in black and white. This is part of a broader series and a project that I started, which I’ll explain at a future date. For today, I’m starting a mini-series featuring tree(s) and architecture.

I made these photos back in February. Where, despite our mild Texas winters, the trees are mostly bare. I found them beautifully sculptural and like their contrast again the manmade.

Today, we have a proud tree spreading itself in front of three distinct architectures. Of course, the Victorian mansion stands out, but the two modern towers distinguish themselves by featuring vertical vs. horizontal facades.

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