That is one old tree. Nice to have a date to know how long it has been admired.
What a grand old tree, and such an important part of our nation's history!WHICH SKY FOR YOU?Which sky for you?One that is blue?Or do you preferA sky that’s demure?A sky in greyIs soft, they say,And not everyoneLikes the blinding sun.Perhaps a skyThrough which geese flyTo winter havensAway from ravens?A rain-swept skyThat seems to cry?O quickly choose oneBefore day is done!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherCloud Maiden
Is it still alive? It is really impressive. Happy Weekend to you too :-)
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wow! really..that tree is a treasure....:) Glad to be here. Hope you can check out my ENTRY too!
Now that's an extraordinary tree!
And here I thought Washington only planted cherry trees!
This series keeps getting better and better. I’m loving it. Your shot of the tree is drop dead gorgeous....great capture. Hope you get a kick out of my Sunday Bridges post this week. All I can say is, Buddy scared me to death. Thanks heaven he made it back to me safe and sound! Hope you have a drier Sunday than what we are experiencing here. I need to go out and shoot all the water rushing down Kerrs Creek under our bridge....SPOOKY and VERY LOUD!
Those are magnificient trees.
Great shot. We love tulip populars.Darryl and Ruth : )
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)