Friday, November 28, 2014

Tree Farm

Heading into the city, I pass this small tree farm many times in many different weather conditions. I must say this snowy scene tops the book. I drove by it at first the afternoon of our storm and then circled back. I do believe it was worth the return trip. What do you think? My plans for today do not include any 'Black Friday' shopping, shoveling or cutting down of any Christmas tree. The tree will come soon enough. Doing little today. Resting up from yesterday. I'm pretty good at that. I've perfected the art. Really, just awaiting word on the birth of our grand niece in New Jersey. Daniella got an epidermal at 2 AM. 
Our thoughts are with you, Daniella.
A new little tree taking root soon.

21 comments:

  1. Nice! A new planting. Wishing you the best.

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  2. Beautiful shot!! Congratulations on your new niece.

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  3. It is a beautiful and peaceful image indeed.

    Enjoy the coming of your new little sapling in NJ.

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  4. New snow looks nice. It's the aftermath. Best wishes for your grand niece.

    You might check out: http://floridafotos.blogspot.com. I think you'll like it.

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  5. It is a beautiful scene and well worth the trip back. You won't find me at any stores today either. I think a long walk might be in order after all the food I ate yesterday.

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  6. good luck to your niece! lovely scene (since i don't have to live near by).

    your stoned comment made me LOL!

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  7. A lovely view, seen from my warm couch and 15°C outside... I hope everything goes well with your niece!

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  8. A beautiful shot! I hope things go well with the new baby.

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  9. You could bring an axe and get a free Christmas tree if no one noticed you. Just saying.

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  10. Nice connection between child and natural tree growth.

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  11. A beautiful scene. No shopping for me today.

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  12. That photo would make the perfect Christmas card.

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  13. No shopping here either. That is a lovely scene. When we receive that much snow, it brings everything to a halt. Best wishes to your niece!

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  14. Beautiful photo, capturing that soft new snow. Hope the new baby 'lands' softly . . xx

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  15. Now that's a snow storm! We might have some overnight...maybe...sorta...perhaps. Most of the snow we get here is equivocal, not that I'm really complaining.
    I hope by now the new niece or nephew has been welcomed, healthy and happy.

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  16. A whole field of Christmas trees just waiting for someone! :)

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  17. What a perfect post to share with your grand niece's approaching birth! I love the photo. In northern Germany, baumschule can be seen near by sister's house. I like the idea of a tree school rather than a tree farm.

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  18. An excellent winter scene. Best wishes to the newest Bird and her mother.

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  19. Beautiful!! Those trees look alive, (well, humanly alive), like they're about to dance. So sweet about the baby!

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  20. Looks COLD and pretty!
    Best wishes to the baby that was on it´s way the day you wrote this.

    It is Sunday evening here in Norway. I wish you a happy new week!

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