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Friday, February 12, 2016

Skywarch Under the Big Tree




I walk by this tree every now and then whenever I go to the Sky Train Station.  The Station is also a major bus transfer point.

The Greyhound Bus Station and the Amtrak Train to Seattle are just steps away from this tree.

I love the graceful branches and arch of this old tree.

It was such a beautiful day which only added to my enjoyment of the tree and the luscious green grass (though too bad about the litter).

I'm joining with Skywatch Friday today. 

 Have a blessed weekend.

16 comments:

  1. OH, that green grass and blue sky is making my heart sing! Today is a gray sky, very cold day! Things like this remind me there will one day be a spring!

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  2. I am expecting the tree to start swaying its branches.

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  3. Hello, what a beautiful tree. Wonderful shot. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  4. A graceful tree that shows off your sky!

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  5. wonderful tree. great contrast with the skyscrapers, and the park. have a lovely sky week~~

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  6. I wonder if it's a sycamore tree. Probably not, but it's limbs are wild and crazy.

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  7. Hi Joyful, What an amazing week you have had in the blogosphere posting every day! I haven't been watching my blogs this week and just now saw all your excellent posts. First of all, my condolences for your Aunt. Very sad, indeed. On the other hand, you've had several posts full of joy. It is hard to pick a favorite but I think it may be this one, today, of the tree. What a great photo! I love the way you framed this one up! I will go back and take a more detailed look at your earlier posts this week. As always, thank you for sharing ... I truly enjoy your blog! Wishing you a fine weekend!

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  8. The tree with the skyscrapers, great contrast indeed. Very nice image!

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  9. Your tree friend stands very strong and tall in the middle of all those tall buildings. Shelter and calm in the middle of the city! Beautiful.

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  10. I like the contrast in your photo between nature and the man-made structures, the tree looking so strong and the buildings almost ethereal when one might have thought that it would be the other way about. I would have been tempted to crop out the green in the foreground.
    It looks to have been a glorious day!

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