Trees in Winter by Frank Ivar Hansen
The picture is taken in the deciduous forest on a cold winter day. The trunks and branches of the trees stretch to the sky in winter. A large part of a tree’s body is found above ground – the branches and the trunk. These parts need to withstand the cold winter air. In winter water freezes to ice. The trees cannot absorb water, therefore, transpiration becomes impossible. But the trees stand beautiful, monumental in the winter forest.
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August 31, 2020
Born in 1956 in Moss, Norway. Frank Ivar Hansen is a writer and photographer. His member of Biofoto, an organization of photographers in Norway. Frank Ivar buy his first camera then he was 15 years old so he has been photographing many years, and has a collection, of images of flowers, birds, insect, art and general landscapes. Images inLight & Composition is from his Instagram galleryHe have wrote 3 books about nature in Norway.
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