Good morning Andrea! It may be lonely but it is the main attraction. Lovely shot. Have a happy day!
I had a bit of catching up to do here. I love your ground hog close up photo, and the one of the downtown lights at night. I think the lonely tree in the meadow is quite interesting. Your camera (and you) takes great shots. My kids kept my SX50, so I may have to look into the upgrade. This was a great camera to take with me when I did not want to carry all the other gear. I'm so glad that Izzi is making such wonderful progress. Pogo thinks his licks are helping, so he's sending more licks and woofs for Izzi.Our cool temps did not last very long and we've been back to the hot muggy stuff. Needless to say, our veggie garden did not do so well this year. Of course, I realize that the dwarfs could have planted it in a better place where it would have gotten more sun. And, they could have watered it daily. I don't think they will be planting another garden next year. None of them seem to want the responsibility of tending to the garden on a daily basis. I'm making some progress learning how to use the induction burner. Maybe by this time next month, I'll be cooking like a champ on it. haha. Well, it's getting close to noon and Pogo keeps looking at his dinner mat. I guess I should have a look in the fridge to see what might be tasty for lunch. You have a super day, hugs, Edna B.
Looks like a lovely big fan in the countryside.
Am happy to seethis tree.May one of these days, someone will plant another:) Wishing yo a great week!
Lonely it might be - but so beautiful. And soooooo much green around.
What a bright, lovely field and sweet tree!
I love trees, and lonely ones can get all the attention, "look... here I am!". ;-) Nice colours.Greetings from Hilde, visiting from Trees n Bushes.http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/08/quejigales.html
I love the shape of this one tree. Unusual I think. :)