Friday, March 19, 2010

There was a crooked tree...

20 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

That's not a perfekt tree! They just don't make palm trees in Ocala like they used to! But the golf cart looks purfect! Wishing you a "ducky" weekend!
Cheerio

Irina said...

I see here a family of 4 with very interesting hairdo. Doctor?
They live in the house and own 3 golf carts. The story is ready.

Paula said...

What a graceful dancer! I love your horse portraits, Jacob. They're simply stunning.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I'm looking at this and imagining I see a fainting diva with feathers in her hat. Hmmm. I think I need a nap. LOL

bfarr said...

Looks a bit like a 'gator head with legs sticking out of the mouth, but that's just me.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

What's with those trees? Are t6hey dead? Or is that some phase they go through?

Hilda said...

The poor brown, bald things. Looks like you need a little rain too.

Rose said...

It almost makes me laugh out loud...my first thoughts were of Dr. Seuss and Cindy-Lou Who....

Small City Scenes said...

It is a crooked tree---but it didn't rob a bank--that's for sure.

I looks like one of those skinny balloony things car lots use for advertisement. MB

brattcat said...

These look like they came from the imagination of Dr. Seuss.

VP said...

It looks like some kind of monster worm trying to scare away the buggies...

Marie said...

The composition is great. Poor tree does not look very healthy. But it seems to be dancing in the wind.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I do hope the trees pull through and recover!!!!! No more bad winters!

Saretta said...

hahahahaha!

JM said...

These look like some palm trees around here now, which have been severely damaged by the hard winter we had. There are also yuccas, agaves and other succulents that have lived here for ages and are now in a bad shape!

Cezar and Léia said...

Interesting! How come has it become crooked like that?! Nice angel in the previous post too.
God bless you!
Cezar

Trillian said...

I love the composition of your photo, very nice!

tapirgal said...

Clearly, the little trees are trying to hold up the big one - even though, I see, they are further away in the distance :)

Your comment on The Old Ship Church got me going. I've added a bunch of history and links, including pix of the interior. My ancestors, along with those of Abe Lincoln, are buried behind the church, and the design may have been taken from a prominent building my ancestor built in Boston. I think you'll enjoy it:

http://tapirgalsdailyimage.blogspot.com/2010/03/old-ship-church.html

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

What a wonderful capture of the tree. I see a mother with her three daughters, waiting for father to finish golfing.

Wolynski said...

Oh, poor little runt with a couple of wisps for branches.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson