The wind blew freezing air in the last winter morning in Canberra. Nothing around me could stand still, everything was under the mercy of the wind, moving this way and that. The flags were flapping wildly, as well as the leaves and those new popping flower buds on some trees, even my hat decided to leave my head during my run. It was craaaazy.
This bald tree, however, was one of the few things that stood still in this part of the lake. Those leafless branches were so stiff and just refused to budge. I set up my camera, wanting to capture the stubbornly still tree, until another moving object swiftly passed us by.
Swoosh he went. Just like the wind.
Nikon D90 | AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED | ISO 100 |f/16 | 1/60