Whichever way the wind blows

Tierra del Fuego. Sentinel to force and direction of the wind!
Taken a while ago, but I have always liked it!
Have a good week. Those in the Northern Hemisphere, keep warm and dry. Those at my end of the world..stay cool and dry!
Visible by: Everyone
(more information)

More information

Visible by: Everyone

All rights reserved

Report this photo as inappropriate


Nicole Merdrignac said:

Très belle photo. Bonne soirée.Bonne semaine .
3 months ago ( translate )

Malik Raoulda said:

Dune beauté vraiment fantastique et excellemment partagée.
Bonne et agréable semaine a venir.
3 months ago ( translate )

tiabunna said:

A beautiful image, showing the prevailing wind direction well. Big huggss. XXX
3 months ago

Günter Diel said:

Sehr schön! Gruß Günter
3 months ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Beautiful composition.
3 months ago ( translate )

Annemarie said:


Wish you a peaceful week!
3 months ago

Jean-Paul said:

Awsome pic.
Love it.
3 months ago

Ernest CH said:

Very nice picture - HAPPY NEW YEAR 2024 to you und happy to see you again
3 months ago

Makrofan said:

Sehr schön! Bei uns nennt man sie "Windflüchter".

Wind runners are trees and shrubs whose growth form is determined by the wind blowing predominantly from one direction. In East Friesland, wind escapers are known in Low German as windloopers, i.e. "wind runners". Wind runners with particularly pronounced plume growth are called "wind harps" in some places, as their shape is vaguely reminiscent of a tilted harp. Especially in winter, when deciduous trees have bare branches, they can look like the strings of an aeolian harp.
3 months ago

Günter Klaus said:

Wow,wie toll schaut das aus liebe Diana,das hast du mit dieser Richtung sehr schön fotografiert,eine tolle Aufnahme :))

Wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag,liebe Grüße Güni :))
3 months ago ( translate )

©UdoSm said:

Hi Diana - very impressive.
I saw something similar, shaped by the wind, on the island of La Palma.
3 months ago

Ulrich John said:

Very impressive, Diana !
3 months ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

There's absolutely no doubt where the prevailing wind comes from Diana. I wonder how long the tree has been standing there fighting against the weather? It looks magnificent against the sky.

Very well composed and taken!
3 months ago

Leo W said:

what a unusual tree
3 months ago ( translate )

Schussentäler said:

sehr schöne Perspektive auf diesen vom Wind geformten Baum
3 months ago ( translate )