Cross-Country Connections: Tree

Cross-Country Connections is a biodork weekly blog entry dedicated to telling stories in pictures of three family members – me, my sister and Mom – living in very different locations across the country. Every week we choose a different theme and then take a picture of something in our area that fits the theme. This week’s theme is Tree, Trees or a Forest of Trees.

From Mom in Carbondale, IL:

This is my redbud which is so pretty in the spring.  Now, as winter arrives, the last seed pods are all that remain.

From Erin in Bellingham, WA

Brenner Creek in Granite Falls, WA.  This picture was taken by my husband, an archaeologist, who was working on a survey through a Pacific Northwest Coast rainforest.  The trees, and the sun shining through the trees, is one of our favorite things about this part of the country.

From me in Minneapolis, MN

 An early morning view from the office after our most recent blizzard.

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4 Responses to “Cross-Country Connections: Tree”

  1. biodork Says:

    Wow. Erin, that picture looks like a painting!

  2. Jana Says:

    Erin’s picture is an enchanted forest if I’ve ever seen one (which I haven’t, but that’s exactly how I’ve always imagined it looked like).

  3. Paula Says:

    Erin’s wins hands down. Incredible.

  4. Erin Says:

    Damn, and I have to give all the credit to my hubs, Ralph. He did take an awesome shot.

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