Tree Fractals video

My writing about art and math in nature are always among my most popular posts, and I’ve meant to write about fractals for a while because they fascinate me. This time of year the bare branches of deciduous trees display their full beauty and fascinating growth patterns. Did you knowContinue Reading

Following visits to Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and Benmore Botanic Garden, botanical artist Nicola Macartney (collaborating in my GREEN GOLD book project) has started work painting sketches of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) including foliage, cones and a section of bark. These elements will be included in the final paintingContinue Reading

Moody treescape by Gabriel Hemery

I like how the trees and mist look like clouds. Shot on the Winter Solstice. View file and related images from my album: www.thetreephotographer.com/black_and_white Camera:  DMC-G3 Lens:  LUMIX G VARIO 100-300/F4.0-5.6 Focal Length:  300mm Shutter Speed:  1/125 s (with tripod) Aperture:  f/5.6 ISO/Film: 200Continue Reading

Wishing all my readers a peaceful Christmas and a fruitful New Year Gabriel Hemery See more from this photo series on The Tree PhotographerContinue Reading

The authors are searching for the finest example of a common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree to feature in The New Sylva. We hope that our readers can help by submitting their favourite ash trees – one of which will be selected and appear in the book frontispiece. Following the outbreakContinue Reading