Wednesday, December 03, 2008

3 December: ABC Wednesday - T

Today's topic is Trees.

As Joyce Kilmer wrote in 1914,
I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.

They are essential to me - in the garden, on walks, and as part of a view. They are part of so many of my photos that it's hard to choose just a few. My albums are full of leaves, buds, bark, oaks, maples, hawthorns, beech and birch.

The bluebell woods in May -


And a most inviting path in September -


August farmland -


These sunlit leaves were my desktop picture for a long time -


And this totally out-of-focus shot is my current desktop picture (it's even more blurry in big) -

8 comments:

the blogger said...

gorgeous pics

babooshka said...

These Trees for t are a breathe of frsh air on a cold winter's day

RuneE said...

In or out of focus - you never get tired of trees

stitchwort said...

Thank you all.

Lily Hydrangea said...

bluebells in May, I've heard they grow wild in the woods like that. So pretty. I like the golden leaves too.

Bear Naked said...

My letter T post is about a certain TREE at this TIME of the year.


Bear((( )))

Dragonstar said...

I love your tree photos. The sparkling drops in the last one are beautiful, but I love the light and colour in the one above it. Beech leaves?

On behalf of the ABC team, thank you for participating this week.

stitchwort said...

Hi all - thank you.
Yes,the sunlit autumn leaves are beech.