Sunday Trees (Transforming Beauty)

The weekly photo challenge is transformation (here) and as I was thinking about my final Sunday Tree Post of 2017 (to join in with Becca’s Trees #315), I thought about how trees transform the world.Β To show some of this tree transformation, here are some different take on trees:

 

Looking up

 

Looking Down
Looking Over
Looking Behind

 

Looking ahead
Looking Straight

 

Looking up even more

 

Looking Through
Looking Beyond
Looking Side to Side
Looking Back a Decade
Looking at Texture
Looking at Tree Beauty All Around

 

All photos from the state of Virginia – except for the stump and the one with the toilet – both from New York.Β  Also, the one with the train tracks was taken in South Carolina.

And I cannot resist – have to share two comics….

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84 thoughts on “Sunday Trees (Transforming Beauty)

    1. Hi YC- the first one might be my fav – and I was not sure if I shared it before via blog – and I also laughed with the toe to toe to toe – and also thought about how some folks are so possessive with “mine”

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      1. well YC – I have enough songs that remind me of you – ((like Die a Happy Man and Eagles’ Peaceful easy feeling)) but your comment reminded me of the song “Signs” (1970- Five Man Electrical Band):

        “And the sign said anybody caught trespassin’
        would be shot on sight
        So I jumped on the fence and-a yelled
        at the house
        “Hey!
        What gives you the right?”
        “To put up a fence
        to keep me out
        or to keep mother nature in”
        “If God was here he’d tell you to your face, man, you’re some kinda sinner”

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      2. right on.
        so glad to read that.
        and I am not a “socialist” or anything like that (not at all) but sometimes this whole “mine, mine, mine” thing is too much…
        xxoo

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  1. Nice photos, Y. I didn’t expect “Looking Behind” at all. That one made me laugh πŸ˜‰ Why is there some red color on the first tree?
    Have a wonderful evening.

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    1. Hi – I have no idea where the red came from. I took the photo so long ago (and had that one in a folder before I took my hiatus this year – I need to find the original – if I even have it anymore – because I was wondering about the color too)
      if I find out I will let you know.

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  2. A superb post Y πŸ˜€ Loved every bit of it – the tree collection, the creativity with the captions (looking up even more and looking back a decade were my favorites! Even the textures one…) The cartoons – evergreens are shy! Thanks a lot for so much cheer on this dreary winter morning!

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    1. thanks so much Grandma M – I was just using up some leftovers and I am glad it came together. So glad.
      and the toilet cracked me up to find – I was on a walk – in this beautiful area – and turned and there it was –

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  3. Still laughing at the toe to toe to toe to toe cartoon. That will have me chuckling all day. Lovely tree photos and i especially like the feature one looking up. The sunlight making valiant efforts to shine through thick branches. I’m sure I can almost smell the forest and of course I want to climb right on up.

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    1. wow – such a nice little descriptive comment, Sue – and added to the beauty of the trees with such words.
      To think of climbing and then you mention the smells…
      ahhhhh
      and glad to share a smile with the comic –
      xxoo

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  4. Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing them. Also, I haven’t seen the first comic in ages so thank you for sharing that as well. πŸ™‚

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    1. well my pleasure to share an oldie but goodie (and they are all new to me – I never saw them back in the day so I extra enjoy some of the oldies… πŸ™‚ )

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    1. well thanks for saying that – and I almost included this “cat” one from Larson. So next week when I feature it I will come by to let you know – xxoo

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    1. Hi – sorry – I have been away – and I never quite did a tree project – but have been inspired this last year to join in on the “sunday trees” challenge – and so this post is a result of those weekly pics accumulating (thanks for asking)

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