I don't know if this picture makes any sense, I mean if it's OK or just a picture of a really tired tree. Sometimes I feel like this too, a little bit tired around the edges.
The night following the spring pictures I posted, it was 24 F here in the canyon. I don't know how the trees fared, I hope they are OK. That's what happens in the mountains. Snow can come as late as June here.
We are going on a road trip (as we like to call it) today. Just down to Bakersfield, but for the Wrangler, not for me. It needs to be serviced. The battery on my camera just ran out so I'll leave it at home, darned..... I usually keep some extra, but, not this time.
Hi Inger .. I love the gnarled twisted branches of your Juniper tree - it's full of life I expect ... probably in better shape than we are!ReplyDelete
Hope the car is fixed, battery charged and ready for the Easter weekend ... cheers Hilary
That looks to me like a healthy juniper that sprawling - they spread out like that when the going gets tough in order to survive - "dropping" unnecessary branches and promoting the strongest branches in order to catch sunlight for photosynthesis... kinda like us ;)ReplyDelete
Sometimes we all feel like sprawling out like your Juniper, Inger! I did that today when I got home from the gym!...:)JPReplyDelete
THAT is COLD COLD!!!! Sometimes we all feel tired likes dat tree...even me.ReplyDelete
I is so glad da Jeep be gettin' serviced and not you...hehehe.
That tree has character!!ReplyDelete
we dipped below freezing last night and again expected for tonight - but 30+. 24 is a bit brisk!ReplyDelete
I do like this picture. Sorry your battery ran out. I always hate when that happens.ReplyDelete
I'm tired, too. Around the edges and even in the middle.ReplyDelete
I hate it when the battery dies on anything and I haven't got a replacement ready. (But especially my camera or a flashlight.)ReplyDelete
Oh that Feral woman knows what she is talking about. I feel old today:)ReplyDelete
Hope you had fun on the rod trip.hug B
Maybe the tree is just taking a few days off . . .ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
I love the gnarly tree! It's beautiful and suits the canyon, I'm sure. Those temperatures sure do dip, don't they! Hope you had a nice road trip today. :-) DebraReplyDelete
I feel like that some mornings. Snow in June--wow. We did have flurries here yesterday and it is really cold and windy. So much for Spring.ReplyDelete
life is certainly like this tree, all twisted and twirled and can't tell what comes next. glad it is the wrangler that needs a tune up and not you. phooey on the camera batteryReplyDelete
I think we all have those "tired" days Inger....as a matter of fact Sunday was just like that.ReplyDelete
I hope the road trip perks you right up, and you feel like a sapling.ReplyDelete
Dear Inger, I suspect you could write a poem about that tree that seems "tired" to you. The poet's in you. Peace.ReplyDelete