The other day on the way back from Parthenay, I took some reference photos of trees while we were driving. Many of these are somewhat blurry or washed out, but I decided not to try to clean them up. Trees are always in motion anyway. Trees are a theme lately, from the Domythic Bliss post on Windling Trees that shows the trees Terri Windling painted in her old Devon home and Endicott West, to Terri’s own recent images of the trees of Riverside Drive in New York. These kinds of posts were my succor when I had no trees of my own. Now that I do, it’s only right that I share them.
This one below is one of my favorites:
Below you can see a common sight, a tree trimmed around the wiring rather than cut down to make room for it:
And here is another common sight, trees loaded with mistletoe:
Here we are driving through the Forest of Secondigny that lies between us and Parthenay: