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Monday, February 13, 2012

Oak and Maple

white oak

I've been spending most of my time for the past few days writing. I've been on a roll, and want to take advantage of it. I am liking the way Paddy Plays in Dead Mule Swamp is going so far. I think it has a lot more depth than the first one, without being a difficult read. That just means I haven't been thinking about nice pictures outside very much. But I have these two pictures of trees from the past couple of weeks. They sing to me!

The one above is a white oak, and the one below is a maple.


Oh yes, I also started the second monkey.

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rainfield61 said...

Trees in the winter are so naked.

Ann said...

so there's a lot of monkey business going on there then huh ?

Bathroom Vanity Cabinets said...

Really these trees without leaves are dead. However some leaves can be still seen on the oak tree.

Sharkbytes said...

Hi BVC- Not dead at all. It's winter here. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in winter and grow new ones in the spring! Come back Sept-Nov and see the lovely colors the leaves turn in the fall.

Sharkbytes said...

rainfield- how did I miss your comment? Sorry! Yes, they are naked, but they have a beauty all their own during that time of rest.

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