Friday, April 16, 2010

Skywatch Friday

I went for a long walk at the dog park yesterday.

I have no idea what a lot of these trees are,

but I enjoyed looking at them all.


Till I got right in close, I thought these were ordinary green catkins.

These are either chokecherries or pin cherries. I am not sure.

This flower looks rather like a lilac, but the leaves are not even close.



13 comments:

Roses and Lilacs said...

Some of those seeds and early leaves are quite beautiful. I don't think we would notice these interesting details if it wasn't for macro photography. Another reason to love digital cameras.
Marnie

Dar said...

You have captured some awesome close-up views of many buds. The birch, cherry, sumac, and maybe oak? look wonderful. I appreciate your sharing your walk. Thanks for taking me with.
Have a great weekend

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Judy: Neat captures of the new growth in the sky.

hip chick said...

they look so pretty against such a bright blue sky!

Manang Kim said...

This tree is beautiful. And your blue sky is awesome!

SWF~Blue puffy sky

Jenn Jilks said...

Great to get out in spring, isn't it? I found the Cosmic Joker in Muskoka skies!

Deb said...

very interesting...great photos..

Clytie said...

What a wonderful walk. I'm sooooo glad you took us with you! Those pictures are beautiful. I love it that you take the time to see all this beauty close up.

Diane AZ said...

I enjoyed seeing those trees close up, they are all gorgeous!

Bronwynn said...

Very neat. I like the sun through the leaves in the last shot

Splendid Little Stars said...

fascinating! The macro is great!
#5 looks like a redbud

Jew Wishes said...

What lovely photos...each one, so rich in textures and details, tones and contrasts of light.

Beauties all.

Powell River Books said...

What interesting plants in your park. I like the sun glow through the leaves best. - Margy

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