Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tree

This tree is about two thirds of the way between my parents' house and the hospital where my father has been since January.
I love the lines of it, and take some photos every time I am there.
I am linking this post with Skywatch Friday.
 

15 comments:

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

You are right this tree has lovely lines.With my husband in hospital for three months I can empathise with you, hope your father is on the road to recovery.

Meta said...

En till som gillar svarta träd mot en fin himmel. Jag knäpper ofta på avlövade träd tycker de är sååå vackra.
Ha en fin fredag
Kram Meta

HansHB said...

Nice post for the theme!

Hilde said...

Such a beautiful tree, I love your photos :)
Happy skywatching!

Thanks for your visit and comment.
Hilde :)

Mort said...

I love trees too. Though I prefer them when they have leaves and flowers on them. Nothing is better than seeing cherry blossoms bloom in the month of March, which is quite a rare sight down South. However, a majestic tree is a majestic tree all the same. Nice pics.

Mary said...

I can see why you like to photograph this one....very nice lines. Looks great in any view and whatever you do to it. Well done!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Lovely tree shot and sky for Sky Watch ~ ^_^

Wishing your Dad to come home soon ~ hospitals no place to be and so long ~ lots of healing hugs to you and your family.

Jim said...

Fantastic.

Buttons said...

Oh I LOVE the second pic it is incredible. Hope your Dad is doing OK Take care Hug B

Al said...

That is an awesome tree, great shots.

Karen said...

I love bare branch shots. These are great!

Kateri said...

There is such a beauty about lone trees....this one is spendid.

Arija said...

So good to have a marker for your visits to your parents. I love trees against the sky.

Carole M. said...

beautiful, each variation of beautiful trees

Wenche said...

A beautiful view and a beautiful three :0)

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