Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of thirds

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About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of thirds

  1. loisajay says:

    so peaceful and calm and just gorgeous!

  2. What an interesting capture, Tyler. The place itself looks almost barren and emptied out, yet the picture seems so full. I hope that makes sense. I like this very much.

    • Thank you kindly, Sandra! So glad you enjoyed my photo 🙂 It was taken at one of the restoration projects I’m helping to manage, located south of Florence on the Oregon Coast. In the background, there are trees with rootwads that were placed with a helicopter last summer to add complexity to the floodplain for salmon habitat. The bundle of sticks in the foreground are willow and spirea cuttings that we are planting to revegetate the floodplain/stream and create roughness that will slow down flows, trap sediment, reduce erosion and eventually provide shade. I hope you are having a wonderful week, my friend!
      Cheers,
      Tyler

  3. Amy says:

    Beautiful water reflections!

    • Thank you kindly, Amy! So glad you enjoyed my photo 🙂 It was taken at one of the restoration projects I’m helping to manage, located south of Florence on the Oregon Coast. In the background, there are trees with rootwads that were placed with a helicopter last summer to add complexity to the floodplain for salmon habitat. The bundle of sticks in the foreground are willow and spirea cuttings that we are planting to revegetate the floodplain/stream and create roughness that will slow down flows, trap sediment and reduce erosion. I hope you are having a wonderful week, my friend!
      Cheers,
      Tyler

      • Amy says:

        Thank you so much for explaining the restoration projects. I views it again, the photo looks even more interesting with the information you provided. You, too, have a great week, Tyler. 🙂

  4. Tina Schell says:

    Lovely capture Tyler.

    • Thank you kindly, Tina! So glad you enjoyed my photo 🙂 It was taken at one of the restoration projects I’m helping to manage, located south of Florence on the Oregon Coast. In the background, there are trees with rootwads that were placed with a helicopter last summer to add complexity to the floodplain for salmon habitat. The bundle of sticks in the foreground are willow and spirea cuttings that we are planting to revegetate the floodplain/stream and create roughness that will slow down flows, trap sediment and reduce erosion. I hope you are having a wonderful week, my friend!
      Cheers,
      Tyler

  5. Nurul Lubis says:

    Nice shot Tyler.. The place looks so peaceful.. It looks great to have some relax times over there… Thank you for stopping by, by the way..

    cheers,
    Nurul

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