Now remember if a daily #TreeSquare sounds daunting, it is okay to join weekly or even just pop in occasionally with your trees. The frequency and content of your squares entirely depends on you and your blog. The only absolute rule for joining in with Squares is that your photograph must be square in shape!Becky B.
In this month’s square’s challenge I will start at home and spiral farther and farther from our current home in Prescott, AZ to share different tree species in my travels. Since trees count for FOTD, all of these posts will work for both Becky B’s Squares and Cee’s Flower of the Day, #FOTD.
I taught fourth grade which is the year students study California history. Since I hadn’t grown up in California, I wanted to visit all the missions to help me understand California history. Located in Solvang, CA, many species of trees beautify Mission Santa Inés. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you all the names of the trees pictured here. There are some palms. See how many you can name.
I’m back at Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays at 9:00 am today with a new topic of Exploration. Thank you Terri for hosting last week.
I’m so excited to announce that Cathy Cade will be hosting her friend Wendy Fletcher for August Story Chat. Wendy Fletcher is the leader of Cathy’s u3a writing group. For more information about Story Chat and how you can contribute, see my Story Chat page. Don’t forget that Gary A. Wilson’s story, “Sometimes a Miracle” is still open for comments.
The Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) is already coming up on our fifth post right here on my blog at 9:00 am on Friday. I can’t believe it’s been over a month! Thank you all for your many interesting responses. It’s been fun to travel all over the world through your posts. Please post on Cee’s blog until Friday.