This is my submission for Ann-Christine’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #50: Trees. (Sorry I am one day late ;-(
This banyan tree was the first tree that I fell in love with. In that little child’s mind, it was a super-tree, which would always be there for me. (Don’t be fooled by that smile though. Although I was happy to have something new to wear for a change, but the jumper was made from my dad’s wool coat and was very itching.)
When I was a teenager, I had a different favorite tree. It was a guava tree planted by my Dad. My dad had an out-of-town job, so he was away from home a lot of time. Whenever I felt angry, sad… I talked to that guava tree. Many years later, I went back to visit our old house and took a photo of the tree, but it was before digital camera time and I couldn’t locate the photo this week.
I still talk to trees, of course.
A Dead tree and birds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge…
Banyan trees in Shuang Xi Park, Taipei, Taiwan…
Street photo of a tree 😉
A view at the top of a 100-foot observation tower, at Mille Lacs Kathio State Park, MN.
Who wouldn’t hug a million dollar tree? (Photo taken at Taipingshan in Taiwan)
Thanks to Ann-Christine for a wonderful theme. Every tree is precious 😉 I am sure all other three lovers having problems selecting photos like I did.
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