CC Wander, Part 3.


The ‘Eye of Elm‘ is actually ‘Eye of Ash’. Ooops. Here’s more of the Ash, and Linden Blossoms.  In the first photo, the window at the top right is my apartment. Click for full size.

Comments

  1. voyager says

    So many faces! What a wonderfully expressive tree. I think the last photo is my favourite because it shows off several characters. The perspective you used is also one of my favourite ways to photograph trees. It captures how small you feel in the company of an old tree.

  2. says

    Lofty:

    When an animal dies it always feels like you haven’t had enough time together.

    From every angle!

    Voyager:

    The perspective you used is also one of my favourite ways to photograph trees. It captures how small you feel in the company of an old tree.

    Thank you so much! Yes, that perspective is my favourite. I love spending quiet time with trees, and I do feel like that, and young as well, even at my age, because old trees, they’ve been around for ages. I like thinking about all the change they see, and I wonder how they feel about it. Kinda silly, I know, but I find that comforting.

  3. Nightjar says

    That tree is amazing! So many eyes that really look like eyes, I don’t think I’ve ever seen such realistic “eyes”.
    And I love Linden trees. :)

  4. says

    Thank you, Nightjar! Oh, there are Linden trees all over downtown, and they are all laden with blossoms. The air is nicely scented.

  5. Ice Swimmer says

    Lindens are the street trees of choice here also. As they may be host to a lot of aphids who will excrete sugary liquid, cars parked under them may get somewhat sticky and sweetened.

  6. Nightjar says

    Ice Swimmer, I don’t know about cars but I’ve noticed that the pavement under them certainly gets sticky!

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