The Southern Live Oak is the most iconic tree of Savannah, Georgia. The evergreen Live Oaks with their drooping, curvaceous branches, draped in Spanish moss create the most atmospheric Southern quality to Savannah’s streets and public squares.
Fallen logs with branches create natural sculptures on a flowing river
Askew, at North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, is part of a series of works that Roxy Paine describes as “dendroids,” treelike forms with elaborate branching structures. His sculptures are inspired by real trees but never truthful depictions of actual species. The stainless steel surfaces of the work change dramatically with the light.
The random growth of tree branches offers quite a contrast against architectural symmetry
A natural canopy of tree branches in Savannah, Georgia
Bare branches with snow are in contrast with the grayness of winter in the background
Tree branches provide a place for snow to accumulate and stay before the warmer temperatures melt it
The perfect illustration of changing Fall colors on one branch …..