Wow, that is one beautiful tree.
Very impressive, love the way it 'fans' out!
What a majestic tree! I would love to have such a tree by my home. Problem is that I'm not sure where my home is...God bless you!Cezar
Enjoy it now. This baby's gonna split soon. Right down the middle, like a good golf ball. Oh, it's gonna happen. No doubt!
My goodness, that's a huge one. It won't split will it? I wonder how old it is. MB
I love the awesomeness of those old Oaks!
Beautiful tree. This is the kind of tree that would have me turning the car around to go back for the photo.
What a beauty! It looks like a big wind could split it in half though.
Impressive. Looks like they had to trim some limbs.
Now that is some oak tree! Lovely homes. If the road had curbs, I might be fooled into thinking this was Southern California. Dufner has yet to tee off....we are watching. (Loved your note about this chap.) Watch out for the talented pair of Stenson and Rose. Our family have left Orlando and are now in the Keys. Hope they like it there. PS. Mr LOL is butting in and saying that 'curbs' should be 'kerbs' :).
I love those trees! Lots of beautiful trees in the Pacific Northwest, but no Live Oaks...we only see them in the South (and in Florida ;>)
Should be XXL! ;-)
That is a super beautiful tree. In California I'd worry that it was surrounded by lawns since the oaks there are drought tolerant and don't like wet feet. I don't know if the Florida variety are more water tolerant. Those lush lawns might not be what it wants.
Wow. What a tree!
This is really a gorgeous tree!Happy weekend, Lowell.
What a beauty, but I'd hate to be under its shadow during a huge storm. Know from experience this spring that these behemoths can topple just like small trees.
vraiment majestueux cet arbre !
WOW! That's huge and gorgeous!
It's a beauty!
I'm hoping it never comes down in one of Florida's famous hurricanes!
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