If Trees Could Talk

Have you ever seen a remarkable tree and wonder what it would say if it could talk? Enjoy this sampling of trees that I’ve photographed and captioned. Feel free to add your own caption in the comments.

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#1 Twisted – That tornado was just too much for me.
Ledbetter, TX

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#2 Strength – When shaken by the storms of life, my roots have not failed me.
Ledbetter, TX

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#3 Twins
Ledbetter, TX

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#5 Father & son.
Ledbetter, TX

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#4 Not yet gone.
Ledbetter, TX

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#6 Remember me! Wacinton (pronounced way-cheen-too)
Paducah, KY

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#7 We lost the battle.
Laurel Creek Rd, Townsend, TN

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#8 Peace, my friend!
Codes Cove, TN

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#9 Persistence!
Laurel Falls Trail, Great Smoky Mountains, Sevierville, TN

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#10 BURR!
Amarillo, TX

Thanks for stopping by, y’all come back now.

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4 responses to “If Trees Could Talk

  1. Loved this! A 100+ year old post oak lived my yard in Brenham. It was struck by lightning twice during my time there, the 2nd time literally taking the hit to save the house. Dear beloved Post Oak, it spoke to me often. Loved and respected that tree.

  2. Love your tree photos. It’s sad – that we’ve just taken down some of our own trees, plums and Australian natives that we grew over time in our backyard, to make way for subdivision and housing. I miss their shade and ‘talk’ as the wind rustles through the branches. And here’s me thinking I was the only one who ‘loved looking’ at trees when travelling!

  3. Great shots of lovely trees — even the tree remains! 😀

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