Up a Tree

I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree… Yes, I have a thing for looking up a tree.  All around the world.  Whenever I think of it.

Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Agnone, Italy

Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada

Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada

Eastern Washington State

Keremeos, BC, Canada

Keremeos, BC, Canada

Paris, France

Penticton, BC, Canada

Penticton, BC, Canada

Penticton, BC, Canada

Rome, Italy

San Francisco, CA

Santa Rosa, CA

Ste. Michelle, France

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vaseaux Lake, BC, Canada

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Hanoi, VietNam

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

White House, Washington DC

Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada

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2 Responses to Up a Tree

  1. RickCMJ ✔ says:

    Love this collection.
    Just the other day I took a shot in a grove of trees looking up through the leaves & limbs. Its a truly great perspective.
    Gotta ask, what’s up with the Shoe Tree? LOL

  2. Funny thing about the shoe tree. It was out in the middle of no where and was there for years. Every time I’d drive down past it it had grown with more shoes since the last time I’d been there. When I went down the same highway last year it was completely taken out. No sign of it anymore. I miss it and only have it in these pics

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