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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Two Trees





33 comments:

Simply Jenn said...

Great pics of the change in season! The only tree I have is pathetic and hasn't grown in the 4 years we have had it. Your pictures are gorgeous. I can't believe the difference a week made.

Willowtree said...

Six.

I love the pics, but ever since you started using Imageshack, I can't embiggen them.

lisa's chaos said...

I have tree in my neighborhood that looked bright and beautifully colored a week ago and is now bare. I thought it would have been neat if I had taken photos of it all along and then you did this. Obviously you were thinking. :) I loved seeing a few months in the life of the trees! They were really beautiful last week.

Elizabeth Joy said...

I guess my trees will be next. Good thing I can look forward to spring, or I would get depressed. Hopefully winter won't last too long.

Pamela said...

WT I went back and gave Blogger a 2nd chance this evening and it accepted and uploaded my pix!!

It's been so hit and miss with the photos

janet said...

wish we had seasonal change like that. we go from green to dead and on the ground.

kailani said...

How cool! The life cycle of a tree!

Amanda said...

Beautiful mom!!

Peter said...

Hi Pamela, so glad you gave blogger a second chance, your photos are always worth an enbiggen or two.

~JJ! said...

That's a great post.

Love those trees.

Robinella said...

Beautiful, Pamela. I was more interested in the things going on in the yard. I didn't realize it was about the trees (duh the title) until I read the other comments. Blond moment.

You have a dream yard, btw.

Robinella said...

I went back to biggie all the pics for a better view and OMG, I saw all those red arrows but wasn't sure what they were pointing to. (duh, tree title again) So now I need to go buy some black dye and call it a day.

Sandy said...

Beautiful pictures and gorgeous big trees. Mine are all still the in the "someday they'll make shade" stage.

The Ramblin Irishman said...

Great pic's Pam. Oh, the changing of the seasons they are so beautiful, except for the winter unless the frost is all over the trees.

nikki said...

Love the season change pictures. I just wish my leaves would fall and get it over with. They usually wait until December and we have snow. It becomes impossible to rake them at that point!

Carrie said...

Wow! That was fast those trees losing all of their beautiful leaves in one week!

Devon said...

You have done a great job in your yard! Just beautiful!!!!

Susie Q said...

Oh how beautiful Pat! It does not take the trees long once real Fall weather sets in!

I Hope you are enjoying your Autumn!

Hugs,
Sue

ChrisB said...

They are beautiful pictures. I love the colours in the one you took last week. I bet you have a lot of leaves to clear up.

her indoors said...

wonderful, love the changing of the seasons

coffeypot said...

The circle of life has been completed once more. Aren't you glad that life is a circle instead of a square? Less sharp corners to navigate.

Susie said...

Love how you showed the trees in each of the seasons! My favorite is fall!
Those colors are gorgeous..
xo

Masago said...

Cool... a rengay in photos? :-)

Junebug said...

I love your yard. I also like to embiggen pictures :)))))That was great!! I guess those are some maple trees. We have a few in our yard but they still have green leaves.

Tiggerlane said...

Spill, Woman! What kind of tree is this? I want to plant one near the house!

Kila said...

Beautiful. Enjoy the leaves with the grandkids!

genny said...

Wow thats rganize and very good shots! TC Mine is up http://happymomiam.blogspot.com/2007/10/photo-friday-city.html

Beccy said...

A year in the life of your trees, what a great set of photos. It's a shame the leaves had to fall this week they were beautiful colours last week.

Heather said...

a year in the life...

thirdworstpoetinthegalaxy said...

This is why I love the seasons. Each one is beautiful in its own way.

Debs said...

The leaves were so pretty last week. :) I love fall colors.

Great pics again! :)

Melissa said...

Those are lovely. All my tree does is get roots in my sewer line and back up my plumbing. :)

theotherbear said...

I love this post. And I cannot believe it only took a week for all those gorgeous leaves to fall down! WOW! All that raking...