Friday, May 29, 2015

Willy Nilly 052915

 
#1. A morning ride around Lake Arthur
 
 Honey Locust reaching for the skies. So fragrant
correction: Black Locust (thanks, Tom)
 
#2. The horse or the car? 

 
#3: atMuldoon we have a Fringe Tree
 
So fragrant

I could stay under there for a long time taking deep breaths
 
#4.  A daily reminder on our porch.
 
#5.  Evening shadows
 
Around Roanoke

11 comments:

  1. #1 This may be a Black Locust.
    #2 No fast horses allowed.
    #3 One of my favorites.
    #4 Indeed a nice reminder.
    #5 Nice capture.
    Tom The Backroads Traveller

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    1. The RG confirmed you are right - black locust and left the Golden Guide to Trees on my desk : ). The blossoms of the honey locust are not as showy.
      Thanks for your friendly comments. Have a great day.

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  2. your shadow shot is dreamy. love your fringe tree!

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  3. wonderful photos and i'm laughing at the horse or car comment ;) i love the fringe tree...i saw one when we lived in georgia and have wanted one ever since! thank you for linking and have a great weekend!

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  4. Very nice Willy Nillys. Love the sign... now if a horse could read, it might work. hehe.

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  5. I love that Fringe Tree - I've never seen one before. Great photos. Hope that horse can read.

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  6. Love your beautiful photos...great shadows! And great trees! I bet the air is sheer perfume! Love the speed limit sign (for the horse?) :-) And your psalm rock is awesome.

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  7. I have never seen a fringe tree before either! It's so pretty!! Our flowering trees are pretty much done here, just a few lilacs left. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  8. I've seen the Black Locust and the Fringe Tree at our local botanical garden this year. Both were new to me, how nice you have your own! You captured the evening shadows so perfectly. I would never have thought to capture that subject.

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  9. Locust have pretty blooms but oh they mess with allergies.
    I love your Fringe tree, that is so pretty.
    #2 made me laugh.
    #4 is so true.
    #5 Nice shadows.
    Looks very peaceful.

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