I believe I have featured this specific tree before – it’s along the road near the 8 mile bridge, and has that distinctive fork in its silhouette. But I thought the light was interesting, so the tree will be featured again.
I spent a long day trying to finish up the “patio” – really more of a sidewalk – along the south side of the kitchen shed. Here it is – with a tree (or several) in the background, so I’ll call it tree #228.
[daily log: walking, 1.5km; loads of gravel down the hill, 5; loads of sand up the hill, 4]
I forgot to take a picture of a tree today. You’d think, with so many of them around, I’d get around to it. But some days, I get busy with one thing or another, and I forget. Good thing I was taking pictures of trees long before I started the daily tree thing, right? So here is a tree from my archives.
I’ve probably posted this picture more than once before, but not as a “tree” yet, so here it is. This is one of my favorite photos that I’ve taken, at an overlook above Millaa Millaa, Queensland, January 2011.
We went out fishing at the south end of San Ignacio again. We caught a lot of fish, though Arthur also managed to hook his finger with a fishhook, which was stressful. This eagle in a seaside tree was unimpressed by our antics.