TREES – August, 2016

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Washington State – Cedar Tree

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Turkey Vultures Roasting on Trees at Pahrangant NWL Reserve

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Cottonwood Trees Snake River, Idaho

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Fedling Big Horned Owl- California

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Tree Along Columbia River – Washington State

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Thousand Springs State Park- Idaho

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Note Rock Building In The Picture – Location Unknown

 

 

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14 Responses to TREES – August, 2016

  1. Dagny says:

    Love the scene in the Thousand Springs State Park in Idaho photo. Beautiful.

  2. We love trees, so majestic. We ‘adopted’ a tree (not officially) on one of our forest walks, taking up Christmas decorations and taking them down again at New Year. If someone fells it, they should find two messages in bottles in the roots…… one saying how we met and our feeling for this old elm, and another when we got married.

  3. All trees have a story to tell and you have captured them well.
    Awesome!
    Shiva

    • Thank you for the comment and the follow. This morning as we rove around Meridian I saw many trees that would make lovely additions. I started to do a post on The redwoods coastal and interior that will come later.

  4. Suvi says:

    Beautiful trees Betty. Out of these my fave is the huge cedar tree but all in all my fave tree is the Travellers Palm. I haven’t seen one for a while, no palm trees in Finland 😦

  5. becca givens says:

    I love to see trees from different part of the US and the world. You have given me an eye’s delight!!

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