Monday, October 14, 2013

Tree of Knowledge

This weekend we went to Hummel Park. It was a beautiful day! Kind of cool in the morning, then got warmer as the day went on. The leaves are just starting to change colors here a some trees. There are certainly leaves on the ground to crunch beneath my feet.

I saw this tree and fell in love with it. It looks straight out of a Doctor Seuss' book. I think I took just as many pictures of this tree as I did everything. Else. Everything else will be my Wordless Wednesday this week.

If you happen to know what kind of tree this is let me know in the comments. I wouldn't want one in my front yard because it's so big, but my backyard is another story.

What kind of trees do you like?

This tree had a funky pod that hung all over it. It reminded me of ice cycles.

The photo below looked like 1/2 a heart.  

This is my favorite shot! The lighting was so pretty!

Doesn't it look like it belongs in a Doctor Seuss book?

Right below it was a butterfly just hanging out.


Optimistic Existentialist said...

Oh wow that really is an awesome and unusual tree. I love it. I think my favorite tree is the weeping willow.

mail4rosey said...

These are great pictures, I love different looking trees.

Eat To Live said...

Is that what they call a cigar tree... or a Catalipa... not sure what we call it but I used to have one in my yard too.

Masshole Mommy said...

I have never seen trees like that. We have two giant pine trees in our front yard, but that's about it for us.

~ Noelle said...

that is a pretty neat tree :)


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