tres belles photos, la nature reprend ces droits. L'arbre est impressionnant
My goodness...this vegetation actually looks alive, and scary!!
Big ficus trees are amazing on their own, but these here are mighty mysterious! I wonder how old they must be.
This is incredible, JM!! Ficus trees I'm quite familiar with, but never one like this and it does have a very haunted, mysterious feel to it with the chapel ruins! Fantastic captures! I'm ready to write a mystery!! hope your week is going well!Sylvia
Sur le vieux continent! complètement exotique, pourtant ... Bravo pour le noir et blanc qui donne le ton dramatique de l'image !
This looks very eerie. Haunted is a good name for it.
JM, that top photo is stunning and looks like a clip from an old movie, deep in a forest or jungle. You have captured an incredible scene here in black and white, the only choice for this one!Bises,G
Oh my, looks like scenes from a horror film!
It looks like something out of an old scary movie!
impressive and the b/w treatment had given these images mystical and mysterious quality.
Wow. That is an amazing place. Your shots are excellent in black and white. This is a perfect subject for it. If I ever get a chance to return to Portugal to travel instead of to see family, I will have to come back to your blog and find all the cool places you've photographed and that I have not yet seen!
Amazing! Love the black & white. We had lots of ficus trees in south Florida and they will literally take over anything! And the roots will uproot anything! Still, they're very popular!
Fantastic! Perfect photos for B&W, they really show an age and history. You've got an eye for a photo, you consistently make them interesting and a joy to see.
You wonder what's in the dark spaces. Great photo.
Oh my! I feel like I am in the middle of a Grimm fairy tale.
JM,Now that is VEWY SCEWY!!! I thought I saw a troll.V
That's impressive and you know I love the black and white! :)
This tree is fabulous, I love the first composition and your choice for b&w gave a mysterious feeling in these pictures, just great!Léia
Stupendous ... amazing what nature does when its left to do its own thing.
a true jungle !
Wonderfulworkthank you for sharing
What a find!Awakes childhood fears of haunted woods.
That's one of the most unique photos I've seen in a long time! I think it was Ansel Adams who said something about nature eventually claiming everything man-made. Boy would have he loved this! I know I do.
Wow this is amazing. I used to take very small Ficus and Bonsai them---look at the wonderful root structure. But I have never ever seen anything this huge! MB
VERY spooky looking!very nice photos!Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue
Tolkien, here we come!
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