Friday, May 9, 2008

Guess The Location???

Be sure to browse all these photos today to see which one(s) you are to guess where it was taken.

I decided to add some random photos here today. The first group are winter scenes at our pond when we lived in Michigan. It had snowed overnight and the next morning the world looked like something out of a fantasy. It was so beautiful. The snow was so wet and heavy that it stuck to everything. It was a good thing I got out and took these pictures early because by mid-morning the snow was mostly melted off the trees and bushes.

These two pictures are of a pretty little tree that I wanted pictures of for identification purposes. I thought it would be nice to have a tree or two like this at my home but I had never seen one before and didn't know the name of it. This is years later and I still don't know the name. Do any of you know the name?
Also, let me know if you can identify the building in the background. Also maybe if you know what building that is in the background, you may also know where this tree was planted. I will give you this much of a clue. The little tree is at a very popular business. Take a guess and let me know what you think. I will tell you if you are right.

Here are a few pictures of the beautiful fall colors in our woods at our home in Michigan. No matter what direction we looked, we could see all the beautiful changes of color all around us. These are just a few examples. We also had deer who lived in the woods and would daily come out to have a look around.

I think that tall bunch of weeds above represents my garden. Those weeds were taller than I am. It is obvious that my garden did not do well. I planted the seeds but it didn't rain for weeks afterwards and I had no way to water it since it was too far from the house for the hose to reach and the garden was too big to water any other way by hand. The previous owner had put all the "natural fertilizer" from the horse barn at the front part of this "garden" and of course, weeds well fertilized don't need rain. Anyway, it made a nice rustic picture.

This tree above is the same tree shown in the middle photo of the snowy pond pictures above.

The picture below is one I really like because of the cool shadows, the snow, and the way the light plays on the trees.

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