Saturday, November 20, 2010

Splitting wood

Saw this tree along a back country road one day.

16 comments:

Judy said...

How sad to see this big old tree split like that. It looks neat in the picture tho.

Farmchick said...

It does have a great shape in this photo. Great sepia tone.

Deb said...

cool tree...love sepia...

Dawn said...

Wow...looks like I couldn't make up its mind to which way it wanted to grow- so took 2 roads instead of one:)

Jason said...

great tree..looks like it got split from a lighting...awesome pic

Nancy said...

Sepia was the right choice for this one, for sure. Looks so mournful, doesn't it?

wayside wanderer said...

Wonderful picture! That is the kind of tree my children have always loved. It would make a good spot for a family picture.
Every time I come here and see that squirrel in your header looking at me I smile.

Farm Girl said...

I love trees that look like that. I like that picture too. It looks so old fashioned. I know there is a word for the filter you used but I can remember but it looks really good.

Roundabout said...

Beautiful photo! I too love the sepia tone.

IanH said...

Great photo! Where's the snow?

texwisgirl said...

Sorry, Ian, it's predicted for 72 degrees here today... :)

Allison said...

Oh gosh... I think I am that tree sometimes. It is exactly how I feel about my feelings of homesickness; living in two worlds, split between two lives; one person cut right down the middle. It's strange that for fifteen years I never struggled with those feelings, or rarely. It grew slowly over time until two years ago when the dam broke.

A very real picture that speaks my heart. Thank you. Hugs friend.

Deb said...

You and I think alike...I think I need to fill my FIL's tree with Roosters...LOL

Angela said...

What a neat looking tree!

Meg said...

Oh, what a great tree! I just love seeing trees like that.

Thank you for the sweet comment you left me! Have a wonderful weekend! :)

Louise said...

That is a super tree! One that has grown into its own distinct character.

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