This tree in the White Mountains of New Hampshire caught my eye, as we walked back to the car. It was sitting on a hillside, which gave me a great low angle view of the branches going in various directions.
Shooting up into the sky, on an overcast day, requires blending of multiple exposures, otherwise, you will lose all detail in the sky, or end up with an underexposed foreground. This one was particularly challenging, because the leaves were blowing in the wind, between my bracketed shots. I had to carefully manually blend 3 exposures in photoshop, using luminosity masks, to recreate what I saw with my eyes, while making sure not to get any weird ghosting with the leaves.
I set this shot up with my Nikon D7000 and Tokina 11-16mm lens, sitting on my carbon fiber manfrotto tripod.