Most of the trees in Shinjuku Gyoen Park were deciduous broadleaf trees. It was winter and no leaves were on the trees. The only branches stretched to the sky. Nothing was seen in the background. And the branches were silhouetted beautifully.
They were oriented various directions. I thought they were dancing at will. Yet they didn't move an inch. Maybe they couldn't move because a human being was watching them. They could start to dance when I left there.
|Jan 2005 NATURE TOKYO|
|BRANCH SHINJUKU GYOEN PARK SILHOUETTE TREE|
January 29, 2005
August 5, 2020
CANON EOS 1V