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I hope there are buds on this tree and that it turns green soon. It's got a lot of space to stretch out.Have a fabulous day. ☺
Love the tree AND the beautiful bed of wild flowers beneath it.
Lonely but lovely.Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/snorkeling-on-saint-thomas.html
Love the pops of color from the wildflowers. Great shot!
Love this shot. I wonder what tales that tree could tell if trees could talk. He is a rugged individualist, maybe even a cowboy talking to the cattle (flowers). :-)I am checking in on a borrowed computer so just have a minute to "gab" and run. Not sure why the hidden damage didn't show, but it could have been from years ago and possibly just stained as it rained. But the wood was bad. There were many layers that had to be uncovered. Kinda like peeling back an onion. The old part from the mid 1800's was FINE. This was a latter, possibly late Victorian addition. It had layers of real bead board, wallpaper, etc. I pray your eyes are doing better. xoSheila
It isn't sure it's spring!?!?!?
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