Kas Stone Photographic Art: Trees
As a general rule I avoid trees. I prefer barrenlands -- bleak open spaces too high or cold or windy for trees to grow. Forests make me claustrophobic. Paradoxically therefore, trees are a favourite subject for my photographs: a solitary tree in an empty field; a line of white birch along the edges of a boardwalk; patterns of apple trees across an orchard; a blaze of autumn colour; winter wood standing stark and black against white snow.
Three Solitudes  (KFXT00613)
January Morning  (KAS20588)
Aqua Vitae  (KDF03158)
Winter Fog  (KAS09848)
Winter Wood  (KAS09857)
After the Fire, Kejimkujik  (KBG00179)
The Road Not Taken (KBG08975)
Frosted Aurora  (KAS46642)
Snow Forest  (KAS44331)
Two Sprited  (KBG02186)
Winter Path  (KAS09842)
Celtic Colours, Margaree Valley, Cape Breton  (KDF04057)
Looking Ahead  (KAS43739)
Orchard Rhythm  (KDF01650)
Magic Forest  (KBG09418)
Birch Boardwalk  (KAS51859)
Into Thin Air  (KNEO17183)
Snow Softly Falling on Spruce  (KBG10317)
Winter Orchard  (KAS21209)
Life on the Edge  (KDF05546)
Saltmarsh Palette  (KVC00323)
Out of the Fog  (KAS49268)
Birch Woodlot  (KAS19850)
All photographs on this website are, unless otherwise noted, © Kas Stone 2002-2020.
















The Soloist  (KBG23409)