beautiful tree ans pictures!!!
It has such a graceful shape. Very pretty!
Unusual color! I really like the pictures you are taking with your new camera. But I like the old ones too. :)
Beautiful tree for sure. It does look wispy like a Willow. Wonder what it is?Amy
PS-I think I am going to order some picture puzzles for Christmas gifts :) Thanks for the link.
Oh what a glorious tree!!!!I have always had a great love for almost any tree!!! (And I say almost because I have seen a few scary looking types;)When I was young(er):)) I used to give all the trees around our home names. I always tried naming them to suit their personalities...because I am SURE they DO have personality!!!I love nothing better than a beautiful, old, massive tree - like the one you captured!Thanks for sharing. I think I will try to think of a name for it:)
Oh, lovely tree. It really has some reach.
Dawn, I LOVE that you name trees! How wonderful! Let me know if you think of one for this beauty! :)
Very pretty, you know you must live in a climate part of Texas just like ours. Maybe that is why most of the people here are from Oklahoma and Texas.:) Just the way it looks and even the way that tree is changing color. I really enjoy your photographers eye.
The tree certainly looks good, especially with the leaves on. Ours are long gone and buried under drifts of white stuff
I have a thing for trees, they are pretty in every season! xxxx
Awesome tree with all it's golden glow!!...:)JP P.S. Google Amish/Friendship bread...it gives you how to start it...if you can't find it let me know & I'll help you out...:)JP
you are right it is beautiful
Hello!! Its blog-catch-up day and I've so enjoyed my visit to catch up on your week. You have some really interesting and lovely pictures all the way from the sweet little gold-finches to the lovely tree that I think looks a bit like a painting!
I love the graceful shape of this tree.
Me too and I can't figure out how to get them back. Note to self, don't work on blog while sick. I just have to do this one for awhile. :) It looks like yours.
My husband, nature man that he is, is also Swiss, which means that things must be kept trimmed and tidy (like watches, I suppose). :DWhen we moved into this house, the first thing he did was to chop down the grape vines, shave off the trees; trim, trim, trim. I would go outside and plead with him not to keep cutting, but he said that a healthy garden needs careful trimming. "But you have to leave roots!" was my appeal!!!Things have grown back and are thriving and healthy now, and a few years back he planted a great maple just for me. "I'll let it grow wide for you so you have all your shade, he said, but not too tall because it could be dangerous." :D :DWell... I'd let everything grow out sideways and wild, if it were up to me. I guess that means we make a good team. xoxo
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