Hello Singular Live Oak Tree,
and so handsome!
Thank you for helping make sweet oxygen for us as we walked through the Elkhorn Slough Reserve National Estuarine Research Reserve.
It's the letter H at ABC Wednesday. Thank you, ABCW team!
There is nothing quite like a majestic oak. Up here we have Gary Oaks, which are small but perfectly suited to our wet winters and dry, dry summers.ReplyDelete
I haven't heard of Gary Oaks before. Must go look at Google. . . Okay, back I am. They remind me of fuller Monterey pines. Most likely I've seen them when I've wandered further north going to Oregon.Delete
This looks like a perfect place to sit under and read a bookReplyDelete
I thought the same thing. In younger days, I'd want to climb it.Delete
It is a huge tree!ReplyDelete
Carin, the photo doesn't do justice to its glory.Delete
one impressive tree!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous big tree! Awesome photo. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Eileen. Same to you.Delete
A wonderful entry.... impressive too !ReplyDelete
Have a nice ABC-Wednes-day / – week
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
Beautiful oak tree ~ another gem of nature and great shot!ReplyDelete
Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
I appreciate it, Carol. :-)Delete
Perfect for H, that is one fantastic specimen.ReplyDelete
You said it!Delete
What a HUGE tree I could spend many a HAPPY HOUR sitting beneathReplyDelete
it contemplating the meaning of life !
And, Di, you can fly a kite nearby. Not so nearby, of course, that the kite gets attracted to its Majesty.Delete
Yes, that is a beauty!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you agree. :-)Delete
It's an Ent!!!ReplyDelete
You teach me a lot of new words, Widders. Thank ya.Delete
How ancient this tree must be and what did it see in its long life!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Wil, ABCW Team
Hundreds of years old, the Husband says. If only we could understand trees.Delete
That is a handsome Live Oak tree. It reminds me of one that my grandmother had behind at her ranch, under which my cousins and I would play for hours during our childhood. Blessings!ReplyDelete