Dead Juniper – Jebel Shams Oman. David A Lockwood Black & White. 18/06/2019 Dead Juniper tree – Jebel Shams. From my files. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedJebel ShamsOmanShams.TreeTree & rock Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 18/06/2019
16 thoughts on “Dead Juniper – Jebel Shams Oman.”
Junipers in their demise are wonderful things, aren’t they? Beautiful!
Love them and on Shams some are hundreds of years old.
This is eerily beautiful!
Many thanks Josh.
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Stunning black and white. I could even feel how dry it was.
Thank you Virginia, very pleased you liked it.
Love this! Very evocative.
Thank you, much appreciated.
Great image. Oman reminds me of the Mojave Desert. And, come to think of it, why wouldn’t it?
Thanks, Oman is a bit of an enigma in more ways than one. Mountains with snow in the winter, green fields down south when the monsoon comes, running water in the wadis with the rains and hot desert most of the year in the central area.
Also more geology, archeology and wild life than one would expect.
Wow. A lot more than I would expect.
WoW, great picture…
I have rather a lot of negatives / slides not to mention computer images that have yet to see the light of day.
So it’s nice when I look at one with a fresh eye.