Monday, November 2, 2009

November 2


This beech tree is across the street from our house.  It's one of the things I see out my living room window.  Today we had a short time while the sun was shining and although many of it's leaves have fallen, the remaining ones just glowed. I knew I better get outside and get a picture of it.

13 comments:

Connie said...

Beautiful!!

Kathy said...

The tree trunk and limbs remind me of arms and hands lifted in thanksgiving to God. What a beautiful photo.

Joanna Jenkins said...

I'm sure you will be shocked to se me say...
I WANT THIS TREE!
:-)
xo

Linnea W said...

What a massive tree! I'd say you seem to have the best autumn colors and trees I've seen in the blogging world this autumn!

Carin, priceless child of God said...

Great shot! Our leaves are all gone here... we had snow on the rooptops this morning! Yikes!

SaraG said...

Mari, all your photo's from the past week have been just beautiful! I am sorry for my lack of comments. Seems like there are not enough hours in the day to get all I want to do accomplished and barely found the time to get my photo a day posted. Maybe once my Dad is out of the hospital I will get caught up!!
Take care and keep up the wonderful photography!!

Kari said...

what a 'golden" picture.
Just so beautiful Mari. You are surrounded with such beauty and thanks so much for sharing that with us.

Debra said...

Oh Mari, I'm so glad you got ouside and took this picture....it's gorgeous! How awesome that you get to see it everyday out your window!!!

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Beautiful composition.

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Cherdecor said...

Your picture reminds me of this poem:
I do not think
I will ever see
a poem as beautiful
as a tree.
For a poem is made
by a fool like me.
But only God
can make a tree.

Renee said...

Stunning color!

bentonflocke said...

what a giant tree - it must be a wonderful view through your living room window! fantastic colours!!

Raise Them Up said...

I agree with Joanna, and Cherdecor. It is simply beautiful! I wonder how old the tree is...