Bonzai on Bee Rock

Though it’s growing through solid rock in the wild, seeing this small pine tree on the side of Bee Rock reminded me of a Bonzai tree. I took this photograph in Monterey, Tennessee, and you can see more – fine prints, etc. – when you visit the following galleries:

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By Phil

I'm a photographer & self-taught graphic artist with a penchant for all things creative, featuring an eclectic collection of unusually imaginative designs available through various print-on-demand galleries. Enjoy a look around my portfolio, categories and blog, and also follow me on Twitter for more updates - thanks!

13 comments

  1. You noticed that well! And yes, such a tree has a lot in common with it! Beautiful photography! Have a wonderful day dear Phil ! 👌👍🌹
    Thanks 📧🤗

    1. Thank you for your kind comments, dear Inge ~ much appreciated! I also enjoyed your 📧 too 🤗 and wish for you a pleasant evening! 🌹

  2. Awesome silhouettes of trees against the blue sky. Love the texture and colours in the rocks. You have an artist’s eye to capture beauty in nature as you do.

    1. You are as kind as can be, dear Louise ~ much appreciated! Really, it’s a lovely area with ample natural scenery to enjoy, conducive to good pictures. Thank you. 🤗

    1. Thank you, dear Robin! Yes, the cap rock is ‘mostly’ flat, so water does collect in small pools. It’s a nice place, for sure. Have a great weekend! 🤗🌹

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