Birch Forest, 1902, Gustav Klimt. Klimt seems to have felt tranquil in the middle of forests. Although the trunks are cut off by the top of the canvas, the composition is not claustrophobic. Rather, the trees reach up to the sky like columns in a cathedral created by nature. Rather than dwell on the mysterious, dark nature of the forest, Klimt has chosen an apparently autumnal scene, where the colors of the leaves naturally tend towards the golden tones he favored.
He Who Shelters All - Click <a href="https://laanscapes.photography/video">here</a> for the <a href="https://laanscapes.photography/video">PROCESSING VIDEO</a> of this editing style. ~ This epic beech was on my shooting list for a long time. With the green finally returning to beech trees last week, the foreground and the foliage in the tree balanced each other well this spring. This piece is inspired by trading card game Magic the Gathering.