Tuesday, April 08, 2008

On a lighter note, I took a few photos of the big tree in the middle of our parking lot at home, so that I could try and capture its lovely flowers before it rains tonight and washes them off the tree. Spring is definitely here!

The last one I took because I'm a sucker for "sun shining through the branches" type photos...

posted by #Debi at 7:06 PM | permalink | 4 comments


that is one pretty tree.

Silverdale florist

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:37 AM  

It is, isn't it? Do you (or does anyone) happen to know what kind it is? I thought maybe Bradford pear, but I don't think they usually get that big.

By Blogger #Debi, at 5:58 AM  

Lovely tree!

By Blogger john.g., at 11:28 AM  


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