Friday, February 9, 2018

Tie A Pinkish Ribbon On the Old Oak Tree...


With apologies to Tony Orlando who wrote the lyrics for the vastly popular song, "Tie A Yellow Ribbon On The Old Oak Tree."

13 comments:

William Kendall said...

Breast cancer awareness, I assume.

Sandi said...

Haha..I wonder what it means?

bill burke said...

I would agree with William, breast cancer awareness.

Michelle said...

Intriguing, for sure....

magiceye said...

Valentine request?

Kay said...

I think that pinkish ribbon probably started out in the red spectrum...

Andy said...

I agree with others... pink ribbon is for breast cancer awareness.

Shammickite said...

Are you sure that's an oak tree?

Kate said...

Is pink the new yellow?

Sharon Anck said...

No need two apologize. I call it creative license.

Small City Scenes said...

HITS is back---always fun because you show such neat images. Yes we have Jumpers out here. In fact all the stables or barns on the east side of Seattle not the East side of the state are for Hunter Jumpers---all the ritzy people live there--Bellvue, kirkland, Woodinville. In fact when my late husband was shoeing horses that is the kind he worked on. Do I make any sense?
Yes the header is a shot taken at the daughters place
MB

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's what you call artistic license Lowell, and for a good cause too ✨

Laura. M said...

It is the color of the world of breast cancer.
Un abrazo.

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