Now I know the theme is trees but the rules clearly state there is only one rule and that is your photograph must be square in shape!Becky B
In this month’s square’s challenge I will start at home, which is Prescott, AZ and spiral farther and farther from home to share different tree from my travels. Since FOTD accepts trees, all of these posts will work for both Becky B’s #TreeSquares and Cee’s Flower of the Day, #FOTD. I’m also submitting it to Natalie the Explorer’s Coffee Share.
In my post yesterday, you saw some beautiful scenery and gorgeous weather. It isn’t always like that. I went back to Cottage Grove, Oregon for a friend’s fiftieth wedding anniversary. It drizzled day and night.
Winters in Oregon can get a little dreary. I knew people who moved from Arizona and forget the reason for the beautiful Oregon greenery. They decided that brown was better.
I smiled at the rain from inside the car as I spent a few minutes driving through old neighborhoods.
I noticed that there were quite a few deciduous trees as well as the ubiquitous evergreens. My two favorite deciduous trees were the dogwood tree someone gave me, and Japanese maples. I also had lots of junipers. Happy rain. 🙂
Thanks for joining me for a wet, tree-lined walk down this Oregonian memory lane.