New Jersey Nature Photography: November Trees

I’ve been reading more about the founding painters of the Impressionism movement, and one of their effects I envy most is that the brush strokes almost imply movement in stagnant subjects.  In my recent New Jersey nature photo below I think the tree branches are nearly boiled down to their essences because I moved the camera during the exposure.  The premise of the photo is really the shapes of the ends of the branches, everything else is just an embellishment.

NJ Art Photo

An impressionistic view of a New Jersey forest in mid-November. Photo taken with the Tamron 16-300mm VC All-In-One lens.

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