Monthly Meet-Up: Tree

gingko tree Japan

Gingko in Japan November 2015

clipped fir tree

Clipped fir in Doreen’s Garden September 2018

tree at Cerne Abbas

Sturdy little oak at Cerne Abbas October 2015

vintage fabric with fairies and elves

Vintage fabric from 1946

cerne abbas pond

Weeping Willow Cerne Abbas 2017

oak tree

The oak tree at the bottom of my garden September morning 2018.

Yippee it is the first Tuesday of the month and so time to meet up with our photos of trees – either recent or archive.

Please leave a link to your tree photos in the Comments – I’m really looking forward to seeing them.

You can see the list of photo prompts on the Photo Challenge Page

Next Month’s prompt is

PATINA

and next month I will tell you what I have in store for 2019

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18 responses to “Monthly Meet-Up: Tree

  1. Beautiful trees Sandra! I love that you have such a beauty at the bottom of your garden! Wow!

    Here’s my entry for this month:

    https://postcardfromgibraltar.com/2018/10/09/monthly-meet-up-october-tree/

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  4. Murtagh's Meadow

    Lovely trees. What would we do without them!

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  5. I love-love-love trees! So I am enjoying all the links!
    When I saw your tree in “Cerne Abbas” , I thought hmm what Country is that in?? LOL!! Imagine my surprise after I googled – England!

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  6. I don’t seem to find too much time for pure photography these days but trees are easy from the archives. So here is my contribution. – https://rainbowjunkiecorner.wordpress.com/2018/10/02/tree/

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  7. You were obviously spoilt for choice when it came to trees. Great selection. When I saw the last one I thought. “Oo! they’ve cut the corn.”

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  8. Lovely real trees , but the fabric one is my favourite.

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