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A beautiful Baobab tree is standing between the waterfalls in this fine art landscape photograph. The last sun rays of the day shine into the valley. In front and behind the tree winds the water smoothly down into the gorge.

copyright Anette Mossbacher, 20 October, 2020

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This photograph was captured with a X-H1 and a lens. The following settings were used:

  • Aperture: ƒ/22
  • Exposure time: 28s
  • ISO: 100
  • Focal Length: 306.2mm

The original photograph has the following dimensions: 6000 by 4000 pixels (WxH).

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The last rays of sunshine of the day illuminate the Baobab tree standing between the smooth waterfalls. The water in the waterfalls appears soft due to the extended exposure of the fine art photograph. Amazingly, the tree of life grows on this small rocky outcrop in the middle of the strong water currents. The water plunges nearly 120 meters / 393 feet deep into the valley. That is a compelling fine art photograph showing the strong Baobab tree standing tall and proud in between the smooth waterfalls.

Baobab Tree Stands Between Waterfalls

In modern Feng shui, this beautiful fine art tree photograph is the view of stability, resilient and bold. The Baobab tree itself is auspicious, as it is also called the tree of life. Standing firmly between the soothing waterfalls shows the strength of the tree to provide stability and resilience to the harsh environment. The fine art photograph of the tree of life in between the smooth waterfalls also shows a bold character. That has an incredible capability to influence its surrounding natures as well as its spectators. These values of stability, resilience, and boldness are the traits in leadership that many look for. Hence, this tree photograph is a gem to possess for those who seek paramount leadership in their life as well as business alike.

Apart from the Baobab tree, the fine art landscape photograph also shows a series of waterfalls in the background. In ancient times, a waterfall is seen as a continuous flow of life and a symbol of permanence form. While in Feng shui, the waterfall is regarded as the fountain of wealth and prosperity. Therefore, when you combined the ancient belief and Feng shui, one will only gain the benefit of waterfall endlessly.

In summary, the Baobab tree is standing tall and proud in between the waterfalls. It is an absolute eye-catching and brilliant tree photograph that holds powerful values and may bring wealth to the owner.

Discover more fine art tree photographs in our landscape portfolio. You can license the nature photographs and buy fine art prints. Explore the hidden secrets of Feng Shui in landscape photographs.

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4 comments for Baobab Tree Is Standing Between Waterfall

  1. Ruth Koprek

    Stunning print. One of my favorites,

    • Anette Mossbacher

      One of my favorites as well Ruth.
      Thanks a lot.
      Ciao Anette

  2. Megan

    You manage to make this look like another world! It looks so peaceful. I want to live there! The lighting and softness of the water makes it absolutely ethereal.

    • Anette Mossbacher

      Peaceful place indeed. Thanks so much for your comment, Megan.
      Cheers Anette

  3. Suzanne Jeffery

    Eerie yet beautiful!

    • Anette Mossbacher

      Thank you very much, Sue.
      Cheers Anette

  4. Johan Peijnenburg

    Love the composition and mood. The light is sublime!

    • Anette Mossbacher

      Thank you Johan. I spent a few days there to get all photographs of this waterfall I wanted. Still some compositions open for next time. Come along. 😀

      Cheers Anette

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