Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - The Naked Tree

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36 comments:

  1. Amanda has a concert at her school, Norwich Free Academy, tonight and before I went in I had some time to kill so I took a picture of this tree that is located in front of her school. Obviously it needs some leaves but soon - hopefully soon!

    Also, an update on last week's daffodil - it's getting there but needs another week to finally bloom!

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  2. Oooh, that is such a beautiful tree! I'll bet it's amazing with leaves, too.

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  3. I think this tree had a cameo appearance in The Lord Of The Rings. Am I the only one that thinks it looks scary without foliage?

    Happy WW!

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  4. My goodness that looks like the halloweenist tree I have ever seen.

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  5. Anonymous10:52 PM EDT

    Amazing tree! Happy WW! :-)

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  6. Is it a weeping willow?
    What great photos! :)

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  7. Anonymous12:51 AM EDT

    Big big tree...it looks sad...or it's just my imagination.

    What do you think?

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  8. I posted the slide show......Sorry I did not do it sooner.

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  9. Looks creepy. Mine is up too.

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  10. Anonymous3:04 AM EDT

    I like it - it has character. I bet it's beautiful when it has all it's leaves!

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  11. That is one spooky tree.
    Great photograph
    Happy WW

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  12. Anonymous7:50 AM EDT

    What a gnarly tree! It looks like part of a set from a creepy movie or something.

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  13. I think it was from Harry Potter, but certainly a tree you could see in a nightmare. Awesome.

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  14. weeping willow... they chase water, meaning their roots will go after your pipes!

    smiles, bee

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  15. That's a wild picture! Way cool.

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  16. I'm with Callie Ann on the Halloween calling for the tree. Great photos.

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  17. I love willows, they're gorgeous when they're in leaf. And pretty dramatic when they're not!

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  18. wow, the tree looks scary ... and amazing!

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  19. it needs to get dressed for spring

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  20. Wow! It looks like it could just lift its lower limbs and just walk away. Sgt Dub is right, it is like the tree in Harry Potter!

    Great idea to show it for WW.

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  21. I bet it looks a whole lot better with leaves!

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  22. It does look a sad tree; lovely with leaves, I imagine.

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  23. Yup, it's a stick tree... one of the things I hate about winter time... you get Stick Trees...

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  24. Yeah, thats one naked tree that needs some covering!
    Happy WW

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  25. I need an email to send html

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  26. I agree--definitely a spooky, Lord-of-the-Rings tree. Very, very cool!

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  27. Anonymous6:01 PM EDT

    This is absolutely fabulous! Love the shot. Moody and quite lovely.

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  28. Oh! Reminds me of a spooky movie scene! Sorry!

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  29. These are pictures to be proud of. Really great, they are. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Anonymous9:58 PM EDT

    it makes me think of witches and haunted houses and stuff like that. cool tree

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  31. Wow. Looks pretty cool and pretty scary at the same time.

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  32. Beautiful photographs and I love how you captures the background. There's an old cottonwood not far from our house that I've been meaning to photograph. Seeing how yours turned out will just make me do it this week!

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  33. I love the tree.
    Have you ever hugged it?

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  34. The answer to this week's WW : Guess-It is up! Go on down and see if you got it right!

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  35. I don't do the wordless Wednesday, but I love this photo! That tree is so awesome.

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