I came upon this tree as I was leaving the Anglo-Saxon royal burial site at Sutton Hoo. A degree of artistic licence has been exercised in the presentation.
Filed under Colour, Imaginings, Nature, Pattern, photography, Texture, Trees, Uncategorized
Tagged as Anglo-Saxon royal burial site, archeology, historical site, mystery, Suffolk, Sutton Hoo
beautiful effect 🙂
Thanks for your appreciative comment.
Very suitable treatment for Sutton Hoo !
Thanks Helen. You obviously appreciate the link.
It’s a wonderful and strange expression you have given that landscape. I really like the post-processing. It’s almost as if the clouds are burning.
Thank you Otto. Following the experience of Sutton Hoo in the 6th and 7th centuries this seemed an appropriate interpretation of the scene.
it’s beautiful! z
Many thanks z
Stunning image, very dramatic! No need for a license in this case! 🙂
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