I can’t wait to see what your first #TreeSquare will be. To join us create your square post and include a pingback to any of my daily square posts in July. Don’t forget to also use the theme’s tag – TreeSquare.Becky B.
- Trees can be centre square or hidden in the background
- You could focus on one tree and share a different part of the same tree or its shadow each day
- Alternatively start with one tree and then increase the number of trees in your squares day by day until your final square with thirty one trees
- Or if you have lots of tree photographs why not attempt to square a different species every day
- It is totally up to you how you include trees in your July squares. In fact you can even ignore Lincoln’s quote and share fake trees!
In this month’s square’s challenge I will start at home and spiral farther and farther from home to share different tree species in my travels. All of these posts will work for both Becky B’s Squares and Cee’s Flower of the Day, #FOTD
Prescott Walk #12 E Blooming Hills Drive Conifers
When I taught fourth grade, I took a professional development class to identify trees by their leaves. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep the text book when I moved and the details are gone. I remember that pine needles are pointed. cedar is flat. The leaves below are pointy-flat. I’m guessing they are white spruce.
Other evergreens include:
A friend of mine told me that used to take the sap from pine trees and chew it like gum. I didn’t try it.