Photos from the Capital City of Florida
Yes, me too, but it has been many a long year since I have climbed any low-slung branches.
This Park is really a beautiful place, thanks for this beautiful view!Léia
I wish we had that green around here right now.
I also love trees with unusual shapes.
They look like they are trying to get some sun.
The trees have that much foliage on them already?This sure ain't Duluth, MN!;-)
That is a wonderful park and I'm sure a real respite on hot summer days! But, do you sit on the branches and eat your lunch?
I like the branch, a natural shelter from the bright sunshine with lots of oxygen. Just sit there relax with some books, I think somebody would easily fall to sleep down there.. nice picture.. :)
They DO look really cool!
I think it was at the grounds where the Ringling Brothers Circus is houses that an old tree there touches the ground. An enormous tree. This is a nice one too.
They cast really nice shadows too.
I can picture children running up and down those delightful branches, Lois. It looks like fun!
I like these trees as well. We don't have many oaks around here. We're more of a pine area.
Beautiful trees. I'm always amazed at the difference between the oaks you have there and the type I grew up around here in Washington.
Your parks are so beautiful and I love trees with low branches. Here they cut (or prune?) the low branches eagerly for I don't know what mysterious reason...
This is a wonderful photo, I like the way you've shown the "v" of the two trees. A lovely place to sit and have a picnic.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
They are beautiful trees. I could sit under them and read a book all day!
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