A Mighty Oak Tree, a Tiny Cabin

A Mighty Oak Tree, a Tiny Cabin

A small cabin, shaded by a hundred year old live oak, at the edge of a Louisiana bayou.

Think of the fierce energy concentrated in an acorn! You bury it in the ground, and it explodes into an oak!

___George Bernard Shaw

Ron Mayhew

Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.

This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. Awesome symbiosis between cabin and tree.

  2. I love this kind of abandoned place. It gets the imagination going! Beautiful photo, as always, Ron!

    1. Thank You Cathy. I would love to know all that happened under that tree.

  3. What a miracle is an oak tree from a tiny acorn! Fabulous B&W image, Ron. πŸ™‚ Happy New Year to you and Lynne.

    1. Thanks Sylvia and Happy New Year to you.

  4. A fine example of determination. Wonderful shot of a lovely scene.

    1. Thanks Elisa and thank you of visiting.

  5. Fantastic shot. This photo tells stories of that little cabin’s life, settled near a grand old tree. ~SueBee

    1. SueBee, thank you for your kind words. I am sure there are many stories to be told.

    1. Thank you Cee. I like the way it appears to be leaning on itself.

  6. superbe ! (amazing, in english ??)

  7. Beautiful capture Ron – like your use of B&W for it. If you’d asked me I’d have sworn it was taken here in South Carolina. Love those glorious live oaks, don’t you?!

    1. Thanks Tina. Yes, when I think of the South the live oaks is what comes to mind.

  8. Wonderful shot Ron I love it ….. πŸ™‚

  9. Beautiful! I love the live oaks of the south. Perfect in black and white.

    1. Thank you Lynn and thanks for visiting.

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