Here in Texas Spring is right around the corner.
I present proof..The Texas Red Bud (one of my favorite trees) is blooming.
Since everything around it is still dormant I decided to use my new Photoshop skills to bring out a splash of color.
Happy first day of March!
If you enjoy black and white photography. If you enjoy photo challenges.If you enjoy looking at other blogger’s photography. Go visit Cee’s page….you are certain to find something you enjoy.
A beautiful fall day at the park
Chilly but sunny Fall day
Log Cabin Village – Fort Worth Texas
Last March I posted several pictures of my Texas Red Bud Tree. The tree was full of beautiful pink blooms.
Texas Red Bud
The rest of the summer the tree stood proudly and showed off its lovely green leaves.
But now it is time for the leaves to fall away…so the tree will stand bare until next spring when the cycle begins again.
I find it interesting that I did not find the tree intriguing enough to take pictures when it was full of leaves.
Trees are such a representation of life….when things are drastically different (beginning of life – end of life) we pay attention. But when things are OK, not crazy, not new, not dying we tend to not pay much attention.
Little Chub Lake
Chub Lake – Northern Ontario
Limber lost Trail – Northern Ontario
If you like trees as much as I do….stop by Cee’s Black and White Challenge
This is where I ate lunch today. It was so relaxing and pleasant.
I really don’t like concrete waterways. However, I saw this waterway recently and thought it to be quite beautiful. The ivy growing along the edges and the trees lining the street helps it looks quite natural.