Trees in Transistion III

More on trees in transistion…


Both my original “Trees in Transistion” and the post I put up yesterday morning, “Trees in Transistion II” have proved popular, and I have some more tree pictures for you today.


These pictures were taken yesterday evening, and the light was fading as time passed. I did not use the flash for any of these pictures.

Author: Thomas

I am a founder member and currently secretary of the West Norfolk Autism Group and am autistic myself. I am a very keen photographer and almost every blog post I produce will feature some of my own photographs. I am an avidly keen cricket fan and often post about that sport.

9 thoughts on “Trees in Transistion III”

  1. Hey Thomas,

    Trees in transition is a wonderful title and your photographs keenly capture the essence of that period of almost sudden change. It is an amazingly energetic time of year: one almost feels the tsunami of energy arrive, rush through us, and then leave us quietly stirring in the eye of the hurricane for the winter whilst we await spring. The colours of death are magnificent. Gaia is divine, even in death she carries her grace until the end.

    Kings Lynn is a beautiful market town. I worked there briefly a few years ago and had opportunity to explore a little. I get the impression you also like King’s Lynn 🙂

    Thank you Thomas for visiting Gallybloggers, your presence was much appreciated. As are your photographs and your Blog. You are certainly more prolific than I with the frequency of your postings. I am sure to return, your articles are detailed and interesting.

    Until next time Thomas, take care in all ways always.

    God Bless. Namaste 🙂


    1. Thank you for your comment.

      I do enjoy living in King’s Lynn, and I endeavoiur with my photographs in and around the town to show its best features.

      1. Hey Thomas,

        My pleasure, thank you for inspiration 🙂 Your geographical area is favoured by water-colourist who enjoy the special light of the east counties and the extended gaze across soft landscapes, rushing rivers and spots so beautiful one can hear angels sing. It is a very beautiful landscape in which to live. As a photographer you must feel like it is Eden lol 🙂

        I live in Wales: we too have spectacular scenery, albeit in a very different aspect but equally as wondrous. If ever you visit, be sure to contact, I’ll be happy to guide you to some beautiful places.

        Thanks again. Take care.


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