Take a look at the simple majesty of trees

/Take a look at the simple majesty of trees

Take a look at the simple majesty of trees

Big ones, small ones, green ones, all ones!


Hi there. Nature lover here.

And in honor of that, I have decided to devote this post

to some treasured tree images…

The picture of the tree to the right is one of the best kinds:

any tree that resides near mountains.  😉

Long's Peak from Lower Beaver Meadows, RMNP

Dead tree full of character “living” in Rocky Mountain Nat’l Park


Awesome Oak tree in fall

This tree reminds me of the one in “The Jungle Book”  🙂

I think that I shall never see

A poem lovely as a tree.

A tree whose hungry mouth is pressed

Against the sweet earth’s flowing breast;

A tree that looks at God all day,

And lifts her leafy arms to pray;

A tree that may in summer wear

A nest of robins in her hair;

Upon whose bosom snow has lain;

Who intimately lives with rain.

Poems are made by fools like me,

But only God can make a tree.

Poem by Joyce Kilmer 1886-1918


Blue-sky day at Oceanside Pier

Q: What kind of tree can fit into your hand?

A: A palm tree!

A shaggy palm tree on Camp Pendelton

Trees always capture my attention.

They stand imposing, resolute, and stately.

They can be cute or colorful or twisted.

A vibrant blue sky as a backdrop, no matter what the season, accentuates their beauty.

Believe it or not, all colors of the rainbow are represented in trees. (For example: Blue Spruce and Autumn purple Ash)   😉

Spring has sprung

Pink crab apple blooms

A vibrant magenta crabapple tree stands proudly against a blue sky

A pink crabapple tree in bloom

Pink crabapple-tree blossoms add a delicate touch to a spring day

A Magnolia tree in bloom

The magnificent Magnolia tree is an early spring bloomer

A spectacular mature Redbud tree

I saw this Redbud in a neighborhood and HAD to turn around and take a picture!

Sweet Summertime 

A very tall tree

Looking up and up…

Lodgepole Pines

These Lodgepole pines invite you to hike their trail

Twisted trees

Saw these twins on a Colorado hike this summer

Missouri Valley, IA cemetery

Burr Oaks are so fascinating–lots of character!

 Fabulous 

                                       Fall       

Colorful tree with vibrant blue sky and plane

See de plane?!

Orange fall tree and house

Trees and house are color-coordinated  🙂

The colors of fall on Sumac tree

Colorful Sumac

Vibrant blue Colorado sky and Quaking aspens

Color”Fall” Colorado

A Winter Wonderland

A snowy winter scene
It's a frosty morning
Beautifully-frosted treesGlistening tree tops

The finale

Multi-colored spring tree

Spring leaves make their appearance in full color

Christmas lights in Old Town Fort Collins

Old Town in Fort Collins, CO, is bespeckled with trees all decked out for Christmas

Vibrant red Maple

This red is almost unbelievable!

Field of Western wallflowers

I love dead trees, especially twisted ones, too.  🙂

Lilac bloom

A perfect lilac

Essence of Enchantment

Each lilac touches wayward hearts,
with deepest blue and velvet glow;
The daffodils sprout yellow wings,
reaching out to join the show.

Enchantment is with us every day,
its essence stirs yet calms our souls;
As God displays His natural wonders,
life-long gifts that will never grow old.

Poem excerpt by Frances E. McClelland

Advice from a Tree

Stand tall and proud, sink your roots into the earth. Be content with your natural beauty.

Go out on a limb.

Drink plenty of water, remember your roots, enjoy the view!

A visually warm spring day

Be like a tree!  🙂

Trees and horses

A peaceful scene at my friend’s home.

The Tree of Life

“To him who overcomes, I will give the right to eat from the Tree of Life, which is in the paradise of God.” ~ Revelation 2:7b

That wraps up my tree post. I’m glad I got to share some of my favorites with y’all. Go climb one, sit under a Weeping Willow and read a book, or just notice the majesty of trees more often. You’ll be glad you did.

I know it’s been a while since I’ve visited you. Life is busy. Too busy, isn’t it? Hopefully, we’ll talk soon. Take care.

Blessings and blooms,

Pam

Sunset Maple tree

This wonderful specimen is in our backyard

Author: Pam

Glad you’re here!

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