Now that is my kind of place. Awesome. B
Sure does look DRY there! I know you have been having a drought, and these pictures show a definite lack of moisture.
I bet that road would be a tunnel of green now. I love when the trees grow together over a country road.
What a cool tree. I never would've known that was mistletoe up there. Guess it's a kissing tree ;-)
I love those old trees.
i like the walls of leafless branches better than i would walls of green, beautiful shot. and that last tree is awesome.
Wish I was out driving around today. Love the mistletoe in the top of the tree. Your first shot reminds me of the road to my mom's house. Nice.
I love that treeI feel I stoop a lot like that and I don't have any mistletoe weighing me down :)
Wow that looks so much like my Dad's place. One of the things I love about getting there is driving down the road through trees that grow like that.I love going through tunnels of green.I enjoy your trips.
Really love these shots! Love all the twists and turns to trees. Beautiful!
I love all things gnarly! Aside from toenails and stuff. Love that first vista!
Reminds me of a few roads I've been down before...a lonnng time ago!
gnarly, you said gnarly! heheheeepoor ol tree, humpback tree =0
that burlwooded tree is AWESOME!!!!! love your shots..
That is an awesome tree.
A very nice drive!
My favorite places to drive and walk are tree laden places.
Nothing like the backroads, they take me home!
Several see the woman's face in the lace that you pointed out, but I'm just not seeing it... maybe I captured 2 ghosts! heheheee
Nice drive through the country...I enjoyed it! I would love to see that mistletoe close up!
Drive and snap, snap and drive...
I'm coming to finish reading my book. Right under that tree.
"Sit in that six-lane backed up trafficHorns are honking, I've about had itI'm looking for an exit signGotta get out of here, get it all off my mindAnd like a memory from your grandpa's atticA song comes slippin' through the radio staticChanging my moodA little George Strait 1982And it makes me wanna take a back roadMakes me wanna take the long way homePut a little gravel in my travelUnwind, unravel all night longMakes me wanna grab my honeyTear down some two-lane countryWho knowsGet lost and get right with my soulMakes me wanna takeMakes me wanna take a back road."lyrics, Rodney Atkins
This is something I love to do, pick a road I've never driven and go! Cool!
I love the first photo, looking down that country road!
That sure is a lot of mistletoe on that ol' tree.
Love the leaning tree! The wilder areas are nice to see. :)
Wonder how many miles of barbed wire fence there are in Texas?
I love country drives and this one does not disappoint....
Trees, fences, country roads, all are great. Keep 'em coming.
Early February! That's pretty much what it looks like here now. :)
Hi TexWisGirl, Fortunately for us, I seldom have seen any Mistletoe here in TN. Your pictures of that country road are quite interesting. Brings back memories of my days in N.E. TX. Have a wonderful day!
Well, you have a couple of trees, lol.
I like those fences but I LOVE THAT TREE!!!Kisses, BShell
I love old gnarly trees with deep growing roots. They're so fascinating!!
what a nice drive through wonderful areas. i've gotta say it was great!thanks for taking us along.xo
The first photo is my favorite! All the photos are great! We have a little mistletoe in our big Oak tree.
I LOVEEEE that tree!
It could be England with the oaks, fences, and mistletoe ;) Lovely shots XOL
Great captures as always! I do love that BIG tree and the burl and mistletoe! Not something we see here in the NW! Have a good day!
I love tree-lined roads. The old tree in the last shot is awesome.
I like them all. But the last two, "trees got character" LOL
I'd like to walk/bike/drive that country lane, so inviting. Enjoyed the scenery, too. :)
Hi Theresa, I love winter --but now that the trees are full of new leaves, I will say that Spring is more beautiful... Thank Goodness for our seasons... That keeps life interesting, doesn't it???Love that old mistletoe infested tree!!!Hugs,Betsy
Nice! Love that tree in the last photo.
Great tree shots! Love the "kissing" tree.
I like the oak. I giess it is an oak tree. I wonder why it i leaning to the left? Perhaps it is a prevailing wind directon?
Great shots!Love the tree in the last one.Love to drive along country roads.
Wonderful photos! I love the road and the roots.
T, what a great drive that was. Like you said it would be really nice now! I love that big old tree!
take me home country road...remember the Glenn Campbell song....to the place where I belong...awesome photos...
Hello Theresa,Nice shots!! The last two are very special with the roots of the tree and all various forms of the tree.Much greetings,Marco
Nice to see the world turning green. I hope you get enough rain this year to keep it green.
love the last photo, really good! well done
I like back roads scenery the best.
I like the tree roots and the big burl on the tree. I like taking those kinds of pictures too.
They might not be ranch gates, but they are still great pictures!
Scenic route. I bet it looks even better all green. Cool tree! It looks like it has grown up and to the side to counterbalance itself.
Tex, I really like the lane...so pretty! Reminds me of Robert Frost's poem, the path less traveled!
I love tree lined road - makes me want to travel down them to see where they go!!
I took an alternate way home this afternoon, and your pictures could have been mine--I love driving down roads like this! Hope you're doing well, and enjoying your Thursday!
Sometimes mistletoe can get so huge. I saw a tree recently that seemed to be full of it. I wonder how the tree survived!
This could just be down the road from me.
One of my favorite things to do, a Sunday drive. Yours looked wonderful. Great photos!
I love that first shot. What a beautiful road!
Always wondering what's around the next bend. Something equally interesting. Though I was also trying to remember what Robert Frost wrote about fences.....:)
lovely drive and photos; a shame though to see the mistletoe made for the demise of the lovely old tree
I like to drive to the end of the road. Nice trees!
looks like such a great place to take a walk. a place to be quiet & relax. (:
Random works! And you and those gnarly trees! (-; Margie
It's amazing how those trees manage to survive, especially the one with the roots hanging out of the side of the hill.
Great shots from the road and of the fences. the last one is my favorite. I love that big old tree.
I love roads like your first shot. I like just slowly meandering down taking in the sights even if it is just trees and fences. A peaceful solitude. Great shots!
Love the pics...especially the road...it makes me want to head down it to discover the adventures it holds
Great view. I like the fence on the last photo. I think that fence is made of iron. ^_^Friday Fences
I love that big burl. Would make a great bowl....
Lovely scenes, and of course that tree is awesome.
Reminds me of Hobbins Pike in TN. It's a regular 2-lane road, not a lane, but in the Spring and Summer the trees on both sides join in the middle of the road and form a green canopy. Pretty cool to drive under.
Love the country lane and ESPECIALLY love the old gnarly tree!!
My very first thought was, you need to capture the road in that first pic every season! Actually, I'd really like to choose something interesting (like that pic)and do it monthly:@)
Like that three! It must be pretty old! :)
I like roads like the one you showed us, they have real character. Gotta love that tree :)
Thanks for the lovely country scenes, T.
i think you adore the word "gnarly"!! and i love the last line!!
Nice shots love your header :)
These are really beautiful. I especially like the first one. There's something so appealing about a country road.
Looks like a great place for a drive! I love the feel of the first photo, it seems like you are away from everything!
Those are some great looking old gnarly trees. I would love to take a walk down that road.
I love this drive through the Texas countryside, and the trees, and gnarled roots and branches and fences are wonderful!
Green must be all over now.Costas
I like that road. A LOT. I think I would drive it any chance I could get:)
Love the view in the first photo! It makes you want to follow the road. The tree in the last shot is really nice!
That first one could be a header for my blog! Love the trip down the road...
Nice pictures, you seem to live in a very interesting place with all this country side around you :) Love it!Have a great weekend!HugsEva
So glad the leaves are popping out for spring...I think January and February are just the dreariest months!
Such beautiful scenery. I love that first shot!!Will you be going back to give us a Spring view of the same spot?
Just the kind of place I like to explore. I love that big old tree in the last photo best.
wow lots of comments to scroll down too lol. love your forest photos, cant see much of the fence but who cares lolBridget #50
Love the one of the roots exposed, just hanging in there.
I sure did enjoy that drive down that pretty road with you. sandie
The burl on that leaning tree makes it look as if it's packed a knapsack and is running away from home.
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