Tree Deconstructed

Edward Fielding


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Munster - Ireland

Fabulous art vision photography

Edward Fielding replied:

Thanks Brian!

Dallas, TX - United States

Very cool sculpture!

Edward Fielding replied:

Thanks Elena!

Florence - Italy

Beautiful conceptual work Edward! V.

Edward Fielding replied:

thanks Taylan!

Dallas, TX - United States

Awesome title and concept! v/f

Stroud, Gl - United Kingdom

Cool. (Great title too.) v

ANNECY - France

Simple and beautiful ..! successful recycling ^_^

Baton Rouge, La - United States

Great still life of stacked tree segments, Edward! v

Wheaton, IL - United States

great image LOVE the title (I think it's humorous but I've been told I'm a little twisted at times) V/F

Londrigan, Vi - Australia

The sculpture you've created with these rings of lumber looks terrific photographed in black and white, terrific work Edward

Mesa, AZ - United States

Like the creative direction you went with these lumber rings being reconstructed into a log. Great in black and white. Love it.

Vacaville, CA - United States

Nice creative image.

Fort Myers, FL - United States

Awesome work.

Potlatch, ID - United States

Sorry, that sounded terribly judgmental. Love the image regardless of my reaction to it.

Potlatch, ID - United States

Hmmm. For deconstructed I would anticipate a pine cone. This appears more in the vein of destroyed.

Manigotagan, MB - Canada

very cool shot!

Panama City, FL - United States

Cool shot! Love it!

Fruita, CO - United States

cool b/w image v

Hemet, CA - United States

Nice B&W Ed

Leland, IL - United States

interesting concept ...

Missouri City, TX - United States

fabulous image! love it! v

London, Mi - United Kingdom

Brilliant idea wonderfully captured!

Victoria, TX - United States

very creative idea...wonderful photography...v

Puyallup, WA - United States

This is really a col abstract.. Love the B&W...

Morpeth, No - United Kingdom

Neat abstract - works well in B/W. V

Epping, NH - United States

pinned to my special board too

Epping, NH - United States

very nice stack! I saved all my slices from my Willow beavers have been destroying to use as stepping places so I can get them right here by the back door. :) Love how the light bounces off them so they still feel alive :) v/f/w

Southampton, Ha - United Kingdom

Neat stack !

Cranbourne, Vi - Australia

Fabulous work!

Edward Fielding replied:

Thanks Tim!

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