Friday, January 28, 2011

That Old Tree

That Old Tree

This is a rare sight. A car driving on the snowy path at the old tree. But there's no need to worry, because the driver from the Mulsta horse farm, was only preparing the path for the sulky training you sometimes see here. Oh, and in case you say what does he mean one car, I see two? It's the same car, I just had some fun with a software. And there's been two day with sunshine and a blue sky!

Skywatch Friday.

15 comments:

Kim, USA said...

Oh my oh my you got me there ^_^ I thought there are really two cars in the photo. Lovely! Happy Friday!
Sky Watch

Sharon said...

Very tricky!!

Francisca said...

Nice work... beautiful tree!

Jack said...

I am glad you got some exercise by walking to the old tree after devouring the semla the other day.

Olivier said...

le retour de notre ami le vieil arbre, il a un beau squelette. Une belle photo et amuse toi bien avec ton nouveau logiciel ;)

John said...

So while 'the camera doesn't lie', the software might.

Andy said...

You must be on a first name bases with the tree. I think you have have photographed it more than any other tree. Not that I'm bored or anything. In fact each photo is unique in it's own special way. Nice capture.

Kim said...

You are a genius. And what a clear, crisp day!
-Kim

minerva mouse said...

love, love, love that old tree!

it is like seeing an old friend

Halcyon said...

So pretty! That tree looks so nice with the snow.

Clueless in Boston said...

It's always a treat to see the old tree in any weather. Nice touch with the car too.

Lois said...

I never tire of the old tree! It always makes such a lovely picture.

CaT said...

i like it a lot!
im not good with software, too lazy also, but here you dont see any fake.. it looks like 2 cars.. :)

Steffe said...

I took a few photos of the car as it was approaching. I then had to move out of the way to let it pass me on the path. Finally I shot a few snaps as it headed off. I then choose two photos which I opened them in a stitching software and the programme did the rest. All I had to to then was crop the photo. The big trick was to shoot all photos from the same spot!

J Bar said...

Great seeing this at different times in all your posts.