11 Incredible Tree Pictures by Bomobob:
Bomobob is an award-winning photographer from Montreal, Quebec. He has a broad range of photography subjects: carnivals, woodlands, cityscapes, ephemera, etc. Remarkably, he usually shoots with old cameras he has salvaged and repaired. He owns around 60 ‘old clunkers’, as he calls them. His superb photography proves that you don’t necessarily need a high-tech digital camera to make incredible pictures.
To see more of bomobob’s pictures, visit his photography blog, Etsy store, or Flickr photostream.
Long Exposure Photos from Northern Ireland by David Cleland:
David Cleland (FlixelPix) is a photographer and Apple Distinguished Educator who when he isn’t teaching film and animation is normally out experimenting with photography. He is particularly interested in the area of long exposure photography to capture the beauty of the Northern Ireland landscape.
Check out more of David’s work on his website and Facebook.
Once in a while we come across something on Flickr that we didn’t even know was a “thing”. It turns out that trees sometimes grow inside of abandoned grain silos, creating a surprising and often beautiful juxtaposition. You can enjoy a whole group dedicated to Trees in Silos, or check out Ken Wolf’s excellent set of Silos around Lawrence, Kansas.