And if you look carefully you will spy the tops of a couple of trees. Yup this is is a #TreeSquare too! I know I know only part of a tree again, and they are not even real today. However the only rule is that your photograph must be square.Becky B.
Thanks for linking to Cee’s and my #PPAC (Photographing Public Art Challenge) with this post, Becky.
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 #14 Smoke Tree Lane
No, in this case where there is smoke does not mean there is fire -thank goodness!
Smoke trees, like most deciduous trees don’t give off much personality in the late fall and winter, so Smoke Tree Lane made no sense until April. They looked like plumb trees at that point. We weren’t positive what a smoke tree was until we visited the Woodlake Botanical Garden in mid-May and Olga Jimenez identified the tree below.
On May 29th Smoke Tree Lane looked like this.