miscellaneous monday

tis the season for naked trees

26 comments:

  1. I was just noticing this today! I love naked trees, except they seem to be naked for a tad bit too long!

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  2. I like naked trees .. as long as
    I don't have to rake the fallen leaves.

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  3. Already? We're still wearing shorts and t-shirts over here.

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  4. I know your focus was naked trees and I love the bare branches here and in general, often silhouetted against the sky.

    What I really LOVE though, is the fire escape. I fantasized living in a NYC apartment when I was little and going out on the fire escape on sultry summer nights.

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  5. The contrast is striking! Half of our trees are bare, the others still turning vibrant colors...

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  6. Wow, that is amazing. Ours are not quite naked (pronounced nekkid) yet, but the leaves are definitely falling.

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  7. Some of ours are nekkid too. But they're not against cool buildings and fire escapes such as yours are.

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  8. Fantastic comp! love the contrasting brick against bare nekkid branches.

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  9. Love naked trees too. Still waiting, however, for our gingkos to turn their brilliant yellow, after which all the leaves seem to drop at once.

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  10. Greetings from another friend of the great Jeane, in NY...Love the barren twiggy trees in your pic..not much to do about it till the first sprig of spring!!Blogging's been lucky to us, finding such as Jeane!

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  11. they're so dramatic, all those limbs reaching out and around and about

    I love the brick work of that building too

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  12. And you exposed their nudity quite well, juxtaposing the limbs between two attractive, if very different, buildings.

    Interesting your comment about permanent makeup...

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  13. And reminds me why this citygirl gone countrylass loved living in the cities of her youth!
    Sandi

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  14. Pictures of naked trees set against brick buildings on a beautiful blue sky day makes me feel cold and in need of a hot chocolate...with marshmallows.

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  15. I love naked trees. I like the contrast in the building materials in this shot.

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  16. I'm not that fond of naked trees. They are mournful - stark - lonely - and nearly always present where I live.

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  17. I adore a good naked tree silhouette at dusk. I was gone a week and left a couple of trees just starting to turn, came back to some pretty color, but lots of leaves down. No naked trees yet, but soon!

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  19. It is! I love that look actually, as it says colder weather for us down in the South =))

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  20. It's a sure sign that the Winter is here.

    Although I am not happy with the weather that causes the naked trees.... I do like to see the changes of them through the seasons.

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