Yes, it’s Friday. I actually had this post about ninety percent done yesterday morning – I’d gone out first thing to get some photos of the trees at dawn, then had a rare couple of hours of quiet to edit the pictures and get things ready to post. But then distractions popped up (in the form of a long overdue, two hour long catch up call with my mother, as well as some Hive Folks awesomeness that happened) and before I knew it, it was time to hit the hay. But as I know Parul is very understanding of delays, I’m going ahead with the day late/dollar short post today.
But before I get started and speaking of my WordPress blogging friend Parul, as always thank you for hosting this awesome blog hop twice a month. And to those reading, if you want to join in the Tree love blog hop fun, it’s wicked easy – here’s the description from her latest post, called #ThursdayTreeLove – 119:
Thursday Tree love is a photo feature hosted on this blog on every 2nd and 4th Thursday of a month. The next edition will go live on December 23, 2021. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog, tell me where did you spot the tree and link it back to this post.
If you don’t see the pingback, please leave a link to your post in my comments section. Please make sure that your post’s link is showing up on this latest edition. I will link your posts on my blog in the next edition and spread some love. Let’s come together to appreciate the beautiful nature around us.
And in her previous post, she put forth a request that I thought was wicked awesome. She said –
From now on, I will make an honest attempt to share trees that show you a slice of my life. Can you do that too? I would love to know you more along with your trees.
So like I did last time, I’m going to share a bit about me as I share my tree photography (hey, that rhymed…lol!)
As for the photos, as per my usual FYI – these were taken in the yard of my Durham, NH home with my Nikon, attached to my tripod. All were resized, then cleaned up a bit with PicMonkey – mostly the exposure and sharpness, but with a few other tweaks like vignette filters for the corners here and there.
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