Saturday, April 9, 2011

Photohunt - Trees






It's sad that there aren't many trees where I live, so I take photos whenever I spot some.  The last one is a mango fruit from MIL's tree.

21 comments:

Annie said...

Some very unique trees. That first one is so cool looking. Happy weekend.

Sue St Clair said...

These are lovely :) And the mango looks yummy!

ancient one said...

Really liked your trees. Great photos for the theme.

jmb said...

Love the first one, whatever it is. Very good photos.

Happy weekend to you.

Carver said...

These are very interesting tree shots.

Life Ramblings said...

what an interesting looking tree. the mango looks yum yum.

YTSL said...

Re the main tree in that photo -- is it REAL or a sculpture? :O

gengen said...

Oh boy the mango is so yum yum and the first pic tree is interesting. Mine is up.

Sandra said...

I love the first tree, so unique! Of course, love the mango tree, love the fruit!!!! Happy weekend.

stan said...

is the 1st one a sculpture...awesome blend of the modern with the natural!

bing said...

i love the first pic. wonder how it was done..

Pat said...

Wow - love the unique one in the first photo.

Happy Weekend.

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

The "sculpted" trees are really interesting. I had to have a closer look to see if they were real! Amazing how one can bend nature.

http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/photo-hunt-trees

healingmagichands said...

I love the wonderful sculpture in the first images. So realistic and yet not at the same time. Mangos...yum one of my favorite fruits.

http://healingmagichands.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/photohunt-trees/

Luna Miranda said...

that's a gorgeous sculpture! i remember seeing something similar (or is this the one?!) in The Fort.:p

Botiquin DE Primeros Auxilios said...

Trees are very important for us, they gives us oxygen. In order to live healthy we must take good care to have trees in our communities.

Alice Audrey said...

Is that a tree sculpture in the top? Cool!

Gypsi said...

Great, unique photos! I've never seen a mango ripening on a tree before! And the first tree photo is amazing! So glad you shared!


My tree photo is here.

EastCoastLife said...

It would be lovely to have my own mango tree in my own garden. :)

DJ said...

interesting sculpture, great find!

evergreenthougth said...

Nice post& very beautiful photos for tree& very interesting tree shots.
Really liked your trees

 
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