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Betsy Barron (Philadelphia, PA, United States) on 1 August 2007 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

My tree, split and all, is even more beautiful up close than I thought!

All the world’s a stage. Self-taught, still photographer Betsy Barron is a 70s child recalling the simple, natural pleasures of being outside and watching the light on her world. She’s a decades-long Philadelphia artist who combines her eye for form and function with the calm aesthetic of a passer by. Guided by light and lines with impact, her work speaks to the worth of daily pleasures and absorbing your field of view.

Betsy’s photography is part of many private and corporate collections in Philadelphia and New York. In 2014, she was selected to lead a fine art photography initiative with a worldwide luxury retailer.
She lives and works in suburban Philadelphia. See more at MY WEBSITE
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ColNed Pictures from Amersfoort, Netherlands

Very nice shot and a great looking tree. very nice contrasting colors.. nice work.

1 Aug 2007 6:57am

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

I like the way you are showing us "your tree" by introducing us to it from every angle. With each image, it becomes clearer why this is a special tree to you.

1 Aug 2007 1:18pm

June from Media, PA, United States

Wow! I love this shot. Wonderful colors!

1 Aug 2007 4:58pm

Fred from Los Angeles, United States

So you got up close and personal with yer tree! Nice shot.

1 Aug 2007 6:26pm

Y.M. from United States

I love your tree....this is a great picture. What time of day did you take this? Early AM or near sundown? I like the clarity and the texture. Love you,

1 Aug 2007 8:09pm

Angry Buddha from phoenixville, United States

What a peaceful serene view.

5 Aug 2007 12:47am

Lost Valley from Kamloops, Canada

Time to stop and reflect on the craziness of the world!

11 Aug 2007 1:50pm