Blustery days are the bane of Landscape photographers looking for static subjects in beautiful light and dramatic sky. Me, I like to take advantage of how the wind moves objects normally thought of as solid.
Trees must sway and move when the wind pushes against them or they would be knocked down. Watching the trees dance with the wind when I looked out yesterday morning, I had the idea of stacking two neutral density filters on my Nikon 28-300 f/3.5-5.6G ED AF-S VR Zoom lens allowing the shutter speed to be increased into the seconds. Capturing the Dancing Trees.
Those are superb pictures, Scott, revealing the movements of the tree as we would hardly see them normally. I mean with an exactitude that do not seem to be visible usually. Not sure how I can explain this.